Getting Started can sometimes be daunting. These tutorials are designed, not to give the *best* solution to a challenge, but instead introduce you to some of the concepts that are necessary to solve the bigger challenge. Think of them as a launching pad to better solutions!
Generic Robot Designs
These robot designs are a good place to start with robotics. They can generally work for all different challenges with only minimal changes. While these are great for getting started, make sure you read the rules of each challenge carefully to make ensure your robot design is compliant.
How to use the IRSeeker and Compass Sensor - RCJA Soccer Webinar : Dr Damien Kee (2hr45min)
RoboCup Rescue Getting Started Tutorials - by Greig Tardiani
Note: These turotials are for Lego NXTG robots, EV3 versions will follow.
RESCUE LINE (NXT)
OPEN RESCUE LINE (NXT)
2. Speed Bumps
3. Water Tower
RESCUE LINE (EV3)
RoboCup Rescue EV3 Beginners Workshop (NT Workshop) (G. Tardiani 1/9/2016)
RoboCup Rescue EV3 Workshop PowerPoint Part 1 (G. Tardiani 20/5/2015)
RoboCup Rescue EV3 Workshop PowerPoint Part 2 (G. Tardiani 20/5/2015)
RoboCup Rescue EV3 Workshop PowerPoint Part 3 Advanced Line Following (G. Tardiani 20/5/2015)
RoboCup Rescue EV3 Workshop PowerPoint Part 3 PID Line Following (G. Tardiani 20/5/2015) Includes comprehensive PID Line Following
RESCUE LINE (RobotC)
RESCUE MAZE (EV3)
Watch this space
Webinar: Introduction to Line Following - Dr Damien Kee (90mins)
ClubEngineer Tutorials - http://www.clubengineer.org/robocup