2022-07-05 (Tu) RangerRogue at Grindfest 2022 COMPLETE

I soldered one of the prototyping boards, and it took hours. I was confused regarding the bottom view and adding wires to the top. I revised my lesson to be about debugging, and I'd show my students the purpose of the prototyped board.

On class day, I cobbled some code together and found that these boards couldn't power two servos simultaneously, so I had to reduce the scope to only worry about a single distance sensor and one motor. We built an enclosure and arm brace from available plastic. One student took home the finished project since she did the most work. The rest of the students got controllers with distance sensors and servos connected by wires. Most of the class was about debugging the code and experimenting with the distance sensors.
Ranger in a couple of styles

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