Robotic Smart Cars


Janeal Tyler, Computer Science Teacher

Students in Computer Science Foundations 2 and Robotics Seminar are hard at work building and programming their robotic smart cars.   Students are building smart cars so they can learn about various programming techniques and different sensors such as infrared sensors.  Through building and programming the smart cars students can better understand how infrared sensors are used in everyday objects.  This in turn helps them better describe how artificial intelligence drives many software and physical systems.



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