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Elephant: A model of a robot elephant that can walk, roar, raise its trunk, and even pick up objects. It can be controlled with the buttons on the EV3 Brick. • Spinner Factory: A machine that makes and launches spinning tops. • Remote Control: A multifunctional hand controller that can control other EV3 projects via Bluetooth. info Chapter 2 ■ Programming with the EV3 Language • • Model Core Set: This contains the instructions for four models that can be built with the Core Set, including: • Gyro Boy: A Robot that can stand on only two wheels and can be manipulated using the Color Sensor.
If you are looking for buying many LEGO Technic pieces, BrickLink is very similar to Pick a Brick in that you can assemble your parts in a shopping cart and then checkout when you are ready. I found that their catalog is a little more extensive and easier to search through if you are looking for a specific piece, and you might be able to get a deal on pieces if you buy them in bulk. If you are looking to build one of the models in this book, and want to purchase every piece for it, this is one place to go.
Info Chapter 2 ■ Programming with the EV3 Language • • Model Core Set: This contains the instructions for four models that can be built with the Core Set, including: • Gyro Boy: A Robot that can stand on only two wheels and can be manipulated using the Color Sensor. • Color Sorter: A machine that uses the Color Sensor to sort four types of bricks on an interesting conveyor belt mechanism. • Puppy: A robot puppy that can bark, whine, and even lift its leg. • Robot Arm H25: A robot arm that can pick up objects and put them in other places.