NASA article on how to create three D photos, specifically anaglyphs.
This project provides technology, math, and science rich robotics kits and training to elementary and middle schools in Western Massachusetts. The Lego WeDo (grades 2-4) and Lego Mindstorms (grades 6-8) robot kits have been successfully used in the Williamsburg Schools for many years.
A blog setup by a teacher teaching LEGO Robotics at Frontier Junior High School in Graham, WA. The teacher’s students have been building and competing with Sumo-bots. This blog gives lots of details about the robots created by the students.
A year 7 class put together Sumo robots to compete in the end-of-term Sumo competition. This is the battle.
I always like to use short videos to help explain computer technology topics.
This video is an infographic dissecting the nature and ramifications of Stuxnet, the first weapon made entirely out of code.
Watch the Story of Linux to remember – or learn for the first time – how Linux disrupted a market and has begun to change the world
tutorial to understand how to use XBee wireless modules with your Arduino micro controllers
Not much a details but some info on maze solver bots and Segway like bots too. One makes use of the Dexter dFlex sensor
Using a Lego Mindstorms kit, this project makes a device that flushes the toilet for you and closes the lid too!
Dexter Radar . . . or dRadar for short. This project was put together to test the limits of the Lego NXT ultrasonic sensor. The sensor, mounted on a motor, spins and takes data on the area surrounding it