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Video tutorials – Edison robotic programming languages

Learn how to get started and get the most out of the Edison robotic programming languages with these videos. 

Getting started with EdBlocks

 

 
 

Lets explore EdScratch!

Tutorials

Click the tabs below to see tutorials for EdWare and EdPy

EdScratch Tutorials
EdScratch: Tutorial for unit 1


EdScratch: Tutorial for unit 2


EdScratch: Tutorial for unit 3


EdScratch: Tutorial for unit 4


EdScratch: Tutorial for unit 5


EdPy Tutorials
Tutorial 1 - Intro

In this tutorial, we look at the parts that make up EdPy and build our first program

Tutorial 2 - Basics

In this tutorial, we look at the basics of EdPy and python programming

Tutorial 3 - Loops

In this tutorial, we look at the basics of loops in EdPy and python programming

Tutorial 4 - Variables

In this tutorial, we look at setting up variables in EdPy and python programming

Tutorial 5 - Tune Strings

In this tutorial, we look at setting up tune strings in EdPy and python programming

Tutorial 6 - Reading Sensor Values

In this tutorial, we look at reading the values from Edison’s various sensors in EdPy and python programming

Tutorial 7 - If and Else

In this tutorial, we look at program branching with If and else in EdPy and python programming

Tutorial 8 - Functions

In this tutorial, we look at creating functions in EdPy and python programming

Tutorial 9 - Events and Interrupts

In this tutorial, we look at creating event based interrupts in EdPy.

Tutorial 10 - Objects and Classes

In this tutorial, we look at creating objects and classes in EdPy and python programming

Looking for EdWare? EdWare was the original language for the Edison robot. EdWare has since been retired, replaced by our three other languages: EdBlocks, EdScratch and EdPy. You can still access information about EdWare here.

EdCreate EdBuild videos

This how-to series of videos shows step-by-step instructions for building each of the five EdBuilds.

Step-by-step video guides
Let's build the EdTank


Let's build the EdDigger


Let's build the EdRoboClaw


Let's build the EdCrane


Let's build the EdPrinter


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