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floydbloke
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NXT Shooting Gallery

Post by floydbloke » 29 Mar 2015, 01:59

A couple of NXT bricks, some tracks and some Zamor spheres to emulate a fairground shooting gallery.
http://youtu.be/v1Sg2L5EvTw

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Re: NXT Shooting Gallery

Post by Stryker295 » 14 Apr 2015, 05:22

That looks like it's just using two motors for the pulley system, so couldn't you do this with one brick?
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Re: NXT Shooting Gallery

Post by jwiger » 16 Apr 2015, 04:42

I'm sure he could, but then you would be stuck at a cable length from the targets, and not challenged by wireless communication!

I like it!
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Re: NXT Shooting Gallery

Post by floydbloke » 27 Apr 2015, 18:47

jwiger wrote:I'm sure he could, but then you would be stuck at a cable length from the targets, and not challenged by wireless communication!

I like it!
Those are indeed the reasons for using two bricks. I had never experimented with NXT <-> NXT via bluetooth before (with NXC). Turns out to be remarkably straight forward.

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Re: NXT Shooting Gallery

Post by Stryker295 » 27 Apr 2015, 18:55

Ah! BT on NXC is definitely nice.
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