By Admin / November 16, 2016

Resources aplenty for PRIZM™ Robotics Controller

Though shiny and new, the new TETRIX® PRIZMTM Robotics Controller already has a ton of support materials for those just starting to use it.

A long-awaited and much-requested addition to the TETRIX MAX robotics line, PRIZM is a programmable option perfect for the classroom or a competitive team.

First things first, if you’re still wanting to learn more about PRIZM before purchasing one, take a gander at the informational page on the TETRIX Robotics website where you can learn about the advantages of PRIZM and much more. Also, our robot experts discuss PRIZM in this introductory video. 

PRIZM’s downloadable resources: Get programming fast

If you've already picked up your very own PRIZM controller, we have plenty of resources for you. Need a download of the free software? Ready to install the Arduino library or need a PDF of the PRIZM Quick Start Guide or Programming Guide? Just pop on over to the PRIZM downloads page and they are all there ready for you. Just click the button for each resource and follow the directions.

If you have any other questions or suggestions, you can visit our Support page to get the help that you need.

More help: RoboBench’s PRIZM programming videos

Not to be left out of the fun, RoboBench video series host Tim Lankford has filmed 16 – yes, you read right, 16 – PRIZM videos that step you through the activities of the PRIZM Programming Guide.

From a Hello World! activity to using both the Ultrasonic and Line Finder sensors together, Tim helps offers step-by-step instructions, demonstrations, and even some real-world connections for the activity.

To see this series, visit the PRIZM Programming Guide Tutorials section.

TOPICS: BEYOND THE CLASSROOM, Competitions, IDEAS & INSPIRATION, ROBOTICS

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