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#NAOROBOT
Choregraphe (2.1.2)
It’s the graphical interface to program NAO
(downloadable after creating an account on Community)
Main...
Dedicated library
For this workshop, you’ll need a behavior library
It’s called D4K Simu.cbl
Click « open box library »
an...
What’s a box?
A box contains some code that executes a specific action
It’s mainly Python
A box can be made of several box...
Objectif de l’atelier
• NAO is going to tell a story
• We are going to create the beginning together (setting up the
robot...
What language do you speak?
Set language box
-> choose english in parameters
-> connect to the beginning
Turn NAO on
Motor On/Off box
-> select « on » in parameters
-> connect to previous box
Stand Up NAO!
Stand Up box
-> connect to previous box
Hello!
Hello box
-> connect to previous box
Introduction
Say box
-> connect to Stand Up box
(we’ll do 2 things at the same time!)
Edit Say box (double click)
-> set t...
Let’s test
Click on Play
You can see the
result in the
simulator
Text appears in the
Dialog windows
(view > dialog)
Let’s finetune a bit
Wait box
-> add between Stand Up and
Say boxes
-> change duration for 1,0
second in parameters
-> test
Wanna listen to story? 1/2
Choice (light) box
-> connect to Say box
-> edit the box (double click)
Wanna listen to story? 2/2
In Choice (light) box
-> select english
-> write « I feel like telling you a
story. Are you up ...
What if no?
Add a Say box, connect it to the
last output of the choice box and
edit it (double click)
-> set to english
->...
Let’s add some body language!
Click on « open box library » and
select the .cbl file (given at the
beginning)
You’ll have ...
What if no?
Add a Sad box
-> connect it to the Say box
-> connect the output to the
final output
-> test
(in the dialog wi...
What if yes?
Add an Animated Say box
-> connect it to the middle
output of choice box (yes)
-> edit, select english and wr...
Your turn now!
Use Say boxes and the boxes
you can find in the
Devoxx4Kids library to write
and illustrate your story with...
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NAO robot workshop for kids #2 (english)

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this is a workshop for NAO robot that can be run with kids just with the simulator available inside of Choregraphe.
It's targeting kids from 8 to 12
It requires Choregraphe 2.1.2 (downloadable for free with a 3 months trial)
More resources can be found on Aldebaran community website (https://community.aldebaran.com/en/content/devoxx4kids-workshops) or on Devoxx4Kids website (www.devoxx4kids.org)

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NAO robot workshop for kids #2 (english)

  1. 1. #NAOROBOT
  2. 2. Choregraphe (2.1.2) It’s the graphical interface to program NAO (downloadable after creating an account on Community) Main Plane Simulator Boxes Boxes search
  3. 3. Dedicated library For this workshop, you’ll need a behavior library It’s called D4K Simu.cbl Click « open box library » and select the .cbl file
  4. 4. What’s a box? A box contains some code that executes a specific action It’s mainly Python A box can be made of several boxes A box can have different inputs and outputs Input Output Parameters Edit box: double click Stop box
  5. 5. Objectif de l’atelier • NAO is going to tell a story • We are going to create the beginning together (setting up the robot) • You are going to tell your own story with the robot • You’ll be able to test it step by step in the simulator • We’ll test on a real robot at the end of the workshop
  6. 6. What language do you speak? Set language box -> choose english in parameters -> connect to the beginning
  7. 7. Turn NAO on Motor On/Off box -> select « on » in parameters -> connect to previous box
  8. 8. Stand Up NAO! Stand Up box -> connect to previous box
  9. 9. Hello! Hello box -> connect to previous box
  10. 10. Introduction Say box -> connect to Stand Up box (we’ll do 2 things at the same time!) Edit Say box (double click) -> set to english -> write« Hello my friends. That’s good to see you today! » -> click on « root » to go back to main plane
  11. 11. Let’s test Click on Play You can see the result in the simulator Text appears in the Dialog windows (view > dialog)
  12. 12. Let’s finetune a bit Wait box -> add between Stand Up and Say boxes -> change duration for 1,0 second in parameters -> test
  13. 13. Wanna listen to story? 1/2 Choice (light) box -> connect to Say box -> edit the box (double click)
  14. 14. Wanna listen to story? 2/2 In Choice (light) box -> select english -> write « I feel like telling you a story. Are you up for it?» Create a third output and link it to the 3rd output of the choice box Click on root togo back to main plane
  15. 15. What if no? Add a Say box, connect it to the last output of the choice box and edit it (double click) -> set to english -> write« Never mind! » -> click on root to go back to main plane
  16. 16. Let’s add some body language! Click on « open box library » and select the .cbl file (given at the beginning) You’ll have a new tab with new boxes
  17. 17. What if no? Add a Sad box -> connect it to the Say box -> connect the output to the final output -> test (in the dialog windows, you can write « no » when NAO asks his question)
  18. 18. What if yes? Add an Animated Say box -> connect it to the middle output of choice box (yes) -> edit, select english and write ‘Great! Let’s go! » -> test writing « yes » when NAO asks his question
  19. 19. Your turn now! Use Say boxes and the boxes you can find in the Devoxx4Kids library to write and illustrate your story with You should get something like that: Don’t forget to test!

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