Control Ned with Blockly¶
Getting familiar with the basics of robotics programming
Controlling the robot using Niryo Studio and Blockly
Being able to create algorithms to control the robot
Basic knowledge of Blockly
Being able to use Ned
Being able to use Niryo Studio
What you will need¶
A Wi-Fi connection
Niryo Studio (Niryo One and Ned’s graphical programming interface)
Programming Ned with Blockly¶
In this section, we look at the basic functions of the visual programming software, based on Blockly.
Presentation of Blockly¶
The visual programming interface of Niryo Studio is based on Blockly, a Google library, which is also used for the Scratch project made by the MIT.
The programming environment¶
The programming environment of Blockly is explained in the Ned’s documentation here.