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Besides obstacles included on the game field as part of the actual game, there will be various environmental obstacles. These are not necessarily intentional obstacles but are going to be there nonetheless, and many of them will be hard for your robot to prepare to handle. The field mat surface in FLL is a plastic mat that spends a great deal of its life rolled up, thus giving a nice wavy, bumpy field at times. Your practice field will have laid out flat after a few days of being set up and should become fairly smooth, but the fields that you compete on at your actual event may not have the advantage of being set up ahead of time and given time to lay perfectly flat. Notice the bumps in the field mat shown in Figure 1 5; these types of obstacles can cause many team headaches and an unexpected surprise on the morning of competition. We will talk about ways to deal with this in Part 2 of this book, Navigation.
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Figure 1 5. A bumpy game field mat
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Field tables can vary considerably at different competition events. Even though most events will publish a set of instructions on how to construct the game tables so that they remain uniform at each event location, this is not always the case. The best trick is to make sure your robot is not overly dependent on the surface or the edges of the field table construction. In later chapters, we will talk about how to take advantage of the table edges while avoiding any pitfalls of irregular table construction or materials. Lighting is the one of the biggest things that will trip up a new team. You can practice for months in your classroom or basement and have your robot working flawlessly in the lighting of your room and then find that the lighting at the competition is completely different, causing various shadows or over exposures that you had not planned on with your robot. Also, if windows in the room allow natural light to shine on the game fields, the lighting conditions could actually change as the day progresses. Shielding your light sensors with your robot design and properly calibrating them can help you prevent lighting from ruining your day. In 5, we will talk about various ways to calibrate your light sensors.
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Before you team gets too far into the design process, you must decide what software you wish to use to program your robot. Many different options available for programming MINDSTORM NXT bricks, but only two are allowed to be used in FLL events: NXT-G and ROBOLAB. If you re building a robot for something other than FLL, be sure to carefully check the rules in regards to software choices. Both NXT-G and ROBOLAB are visual programming languages created by LabVIEW for use with LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT bricks. NXT-G is shipped with your FLL robot kit and is included in the LEGO MINDSTORM retail kit as well. ROBOLAB must be purchased separately from LEGO Education. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. Here s a quick glance at a few of the differences: ROBOLAB supports events, while NXT-G does not. NXT-G supports using Bluetooth with the NXT brick; ROBOLAB does not.
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Even though both are graphical programming languages, NXT-G condenses some functionality into more compact visual blocks. For examples Figures 1 6 and 1 7 show a simple program that drives a robot forward for 7 seconds.
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Figure 1 6. NXT-G Move example
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Figure 1 7. ROBOLAB Move example You can see that the ROBOLAB example has a lot more visual icons involved. Some users will find ROBOLAB great because it gives them much flexibility at making low-level decisions for their robots, while others will tend to find it just a lot of extra work. Table 1 1 shows a comparison of some of the features between the two software systems. This is not an all-inclusive list, but it will give you a nice look as some of the differences between the two systems. Table 1 1. Compairison of NXT-G and ROBOLAB Features
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