We have created a guide and examples that make it easy to start using Go Direct sensors with Python. This includes support for Windows® 10, macOS®, and Linux.
This example collects data from one or more Go Direct sensors and displays and graphs the readings using the MatPlotLib library.
Use the accelerometer, gyro, and force sensors in the Go Direct Hand Dynamometer to control a Turtle graphic object.
Our “Getting Started with Vernier Go Direct® Sensors and Python” guide includes support for Raspberry Pi. These inexpensive versatile computers can connect via Bluetooth® wireless technology or USB, making it easy to combine Python, Raspberry Pi, and sensor data.
You can now use your LEGO® EV3 Brick to unleash the power of Python programming using MicroPython. LEGO® Education has created full documentation and sample API code to get you started.
For educators that are looking to merge Vernier sensor data with EV3 robotics, MicroPython for EV3 version 2.0 has introduced Vernier sensor support. With the use of our LEGO® adapter, students can connect Vernier LabQuest sensors to their LEGO® EV3 robot and create unique MicroPython projects such as locating hidden magnets, monitoring the pH of an aquarium, or building a robot that tracks the sun.
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