Introduction to Tello Talent Programming with DroneBlocks
Robomaster TT Course
Clinton will discuss some of the fundamentals such as connecting your Robomaster TT ( Tello Talent ) LED module, updating firmware, and then connecting to the new drone before he takes you on a series of missions on the "iExplore Space Station". This series of lessons will take your students on a futuristic journey where drones have been deployed around the space station to help complete maintenance tasks and reports. In the first lesson, Clinton will take you through creating a mock solar panel inspection using DroneBlocks to help identify which solar panels are in need of repair using the LED indicator on the Robomaster TT.
Stay tuned for the upcoming lessons as we plan to cover more aspects of the drone component while integrating literacy and art using the 8x8 dot matrix on the Tello Talent. Students will learn to code the drone to scroll different text across the matrix as well as create basic animations. We’ll even cover the gamification of your drones with the future of rock, paper, scissors with drones.
Clinton started tinkering with computers 30+ years ago and hasn't stopped since. He grew up assisting his father in the family business "Evans Computers" which lead to being chairman of his High School's Computer Club in the late 90s.
In 2015 Clinton started a computer training business called GetCTRL (Get Control) which provides professional development for teachers as well as awesome exciting workshops for students. Some of the workshops cover Programming, Web Design, Robotics, Drone Piloting and Coding... and even for a short time 3D Printing.
Clinton is a huge animal lover. His current pet collection includes 3 frogs, 2 cats, 1 bearded dragon and a cavalier puppy named Chester.