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A few weeks back we showed you a few things that we were working on. This included an Arduino Playstation Controller Adapter, an Arduino Shield for connecting your Playstation Dualshock Controller. We are releasing it into the wild!
Last week we held a small contest to see who could guess what our mystery projects were. This week, we reveal the answers, as well as the winner. Did you like this? Share it:
Introducting the dLight, an LED light system for the LEGO MINDSTORMS. Let there be light! Continue reading
Andrew Milluzi just posted an in-depth article on using the NXTBee radios with Labview for LEGO MINDSTORMS (LVLM). He gives some great background information on data Throughput, Latency, and Speed. Check out his blog post here: http://08milluz.wordpress.com/2013/02/20/throughput-latency-and-bus-speed/ You can also find … Continue reading
It’s almost time for RoboCupJunior competitions to start! Last year some fantastic teams competed, and some very successful teams used Dexter Industries Sensors for the competition. This year we’re offering the same discounts to RoboCupJunior teams competing. Did you like this? Share … Continue reading
This week we’ve posted a quick tutorial to show how we connected an amazing little computer called the Raspberry Pi and some amazing LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT sensors. For those that haven’t heard, the Raspberry Pi is a small, $25 Linux … Continue reading
We recently discovered this fantastic video of a LEGO MINDSTORMS creation: The Flying Fortress LEGO Blimp. The project is a fantastic two-ballooned flying blimp made of LEGOs and controlled with a pair of NXTBees. Did you like this? Share it:
We were alerted to this awesome video of the NXTBee: obstacle avoidance. The NXTBee is used to send data back to a computer where it is processed and gives commands on how to proceed. Did you like this? Share it: