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Tag Archives: Legos
Robocup Jr. teams are gearing up for competitions this year and Dexter Industries wants to support you! Contact us for a coupon for 10% off through our website for your team. All you have to do is contact us through our “Contact Us” page, tell us about your team, and we’ll send you a coupon.
Lejos Support is here! You can download the files off our website, or go straight to Aswin’s site and get a full-blown tutorial. Continue reading
A very cool project from a student at Tufts using the TIR sensor and the dFlex sensor. The Turret project will use a heat sensor and motors to find a person in a room and then shoot them with a rubber band. Continue reading
A project where RobotC uses seven NXTBee’s with the Lego Mindstorms NXT to create a swarm of robots. In fact, in this project, they used 7 (SEVEN!) robots, all coordinating and communicating with each other! Continue reading
The Thermal Infrared Sensor is now for sale! The sensor reads surface temperatures of objects up to 700°F (+380°C). The sensor has a high accuracy of 0.5°C. If you have ever wanted to measure object temperatures, find a warm body … Continue reading
We’ve just finished our first workbook!
This book is a full introduction to the basics of GPS and with hands-on activities and tutorials on how to use all of the features of the GPS Sensor with NXT Robots. Continue reading
Mark Crosbie has started an epic project: a Lego version of Google’s Streetview Car. Google is using bikes, trikes, cars, and more to map the entire world out digitally. We’re hoping that Mark’s project eventually makes it’s way to Google as well. Continue reading