Sunday, April 22, 2012

Week TechVideo, 2012 #16 - Tic Tac Toe

Because of posting policy of one single video per week, many interesting models don't fit the specific time that I find them, laying then in my 'to post' folder almost forever in many cases...

But because this section doesn't live only of new creations, I decided to bring up today one model with some time, that some should have seen already highlighted in other famous LEGO blogs months ago.
A LEGO Tic Tac Toe play robot, using one single RCX, made by Arthur Sacek back in 2004 and later relived in a YouTube video by its author, at the middle of past year. 



The utilization of the RCX with a compressor and other pneumatic elements, makes it even more interesting.

You can find additional photos from this robot, at Arthur's website.

2 comments:

santi said...

Fantastic! I always thought that the old LEGO Mindstorms allowed for way more compact robots than the inexplicably bulky NXT parts... For some reason, the old RCX feels "more technic" to me.

Menno Gorter said...

I like this model too and it encourages me to do something with the RCX again.

@ santi RCX or NXT; for me it's Lego! :-)

Though I agree the RCX and it's smaller sensors have some advantages over the NXT.
A huge one is the possibility to stack the sensors.
The RCX (and Scout) is also a good combination with the PF medium motors...

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