Welcome to Week 3
- It has sensors to perceive its environment.
- It has motors which can drive its wheels.
- But how do you ensure the speed is correct?
- But feedback can be used to control more than speed –
- We control ERIC’s rock and even temperature.
We’re keen to hear your thoughts as you progress through the course. Please use the comments section below to communicate with other Learners. From the 6 July for 4 weeks (until 2 August) the course will be facilitated by Ahmed Ashlam, from the Department of Computer Science, University of Reading. He will be supporting the discussions found at the end of each Step during this time. You can ‘follow’ mentors to see their responses to other Learners; you just need to view their profile and click the ‘Follow’ button. By following a profile, any comments made will appear in your activity feed, which you can filter by selecting ‘Following’.
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