Programming


VEX Coding Studio Help

http://help.vexcodingstudio.com/

https://help.vex.com/collection/122-vex-coding-studio

VEX EDR STEM Labs https://education.vex.com/eduvex/edr/stem-labs/

Video   (your first program) - moving forward for time                 

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Google Slides                             

Moving Forward for Time : VEX Coding Studio

              
Video      Motor.rotateTo  & Motor.rotateFor Explained                  

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Video         Coast, Brake, and Hold Explained                                

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Video     Tank Drive w Claw and Arm buttoms                              

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Google Slides                              

Programming Teleop using : VEX Coding Studio



Video           Competition Template explained                                

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Google Slides                             

Programming a Competition Template using VEX Coding Studio


Video           Using a Gyro to Turn                                

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Google Slides                             

Simple Gyro code for turning using : VEX Coding Studio



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VEX V5


Downloads


EasyC Programming Legacy software for Cortex
  • Getting started Teleop -this link is for instructions on how to create a program to control your robot using the VEX Cortex Joystick (this is referred to as Teleop control) using EasyC v4 for Cortex.
  • Programming an arm in Teleop-this link is for instructions on how to create a program to control an arm motor using EasyC v4 for Cortex
  • Build and download -this link is for instructions on how to build and download a program to the VEX cortex controller using EasyC v4 for Cortex.
  • Getting started Autonomous - this link is for instructions on how to create a program to make your robot drive forward, turn right, then drive forward again and then stop when it is turned on (this is referred to as an autonomous program) using EasyC v4 for Cortex
  • Programming Smart Tasks - this link provides a step by step instructions on how to program a Gateway protoBOT to score a game piece in the low goal using Smart Tasks
  • Programming With Arguments - this link provides a step by step instructions on how to create user functions with arguments.
  • Adam's programming notes - notes taken from a workshop by Adam Martin of intelitek Please click on Adam Programming.pdf below
  • James Pearmen's Example of a Simple PID in EasyC. A proportional/integral/differential (PID) control loop is an incredibly powerful control feedback code that allows your robot to move to a set position determined by a sensor and maintain that position. 
  • FREE online tutorials of easyC V4 can be run from Learnmate.com. an intelitek product
For help with RobotC please see: http://www.robotc.net/education/curriculum/cortex/