Advanced Terrain Modelling by Richard Windrow

By Richard Windrow

Complex Terrain Modelling ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ, ХОББИ и РАЗВЛЕЧЕНИЯ Издательство: Osprey Publishing LtdСерия: MasterclassАвтор(ы): Richard WindrowЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2007Количество страниц: 193ISBN: 978-1-84176-975-2Формат: pdf (300 dpi) ~2030x2590Размер: 81.2 mb speedy IFOLDER eighty five

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Examples of the Infrared Sensor’s Proximity feature The two other modes are Beacon Heading and Beacon Proximity, which also work in Compare and Change variations. Heading is whether or not the Infrared Sensor can detect the IR beacon in front of it. Its parameters range from –25 to 25, with negative numbers signifying that the beacon is to the left, while positive values indicate the beacon is to the right. Proximity is like the previous examples in Figure 2-20, but this is the distance to the beacon.

Like building with LEGO, the programming is done with interconnecting blocks. It defaults to the programming block of Start, which is the green arrow that you see in Figure 2-7. 37 Chapter 2 ■ Programming with the EV3 Language Figure 2-7. The Programming Page for the EV3 Software Below the Programming Canvas is the Programming Palette, which organizes the programming blocks in six different categories: 38 • Green (Action): Programming blocks to control the motors, display, sounds, and Brick Status Lights.

Examples of the Reflected Light Intensity on the Wait programming block Note the use of inequality symbols as parameters in Examples 1 and 2. There are about six options including (not equal, less than, less than or equal to, equal to, greater than, and greater than or equal to). The other parameter is reflected light intensity, and a setting of 100 means completely dark while a setting of 0 equals very white. Generally, I use the extremes of these, but you can adjust it, as seen in Examples 1–3.

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