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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:
Dexter Industries is offering free shipping from our Amazon store for the next 20 days! Everything in our Amazon store will be shipped free until December 20th. Did you like this? Share it:
We would like to announce a small, but important addition to the family: the Breadboard Adapter for the LEGO MINDSTORMS. Did you like this? Share it:
There’s a great project for LEGO MINDSTORMS just started on Kickstarter by MinuteBot. BrainPower is a way to plug your NXT into the wall!
MinuteBot BrainPower is a power supply for LEGO Mindstorms-enabled robotics. Say goodbye to batteries. Just plug and play. Continue reading
Xander does some really fantastic work. We have him to thank for the fantastic integration that Dexter Industries sensors enjoy in the RobotC environment. Continue reading
A segway driven by a robot using the Dexter Industries dIMU for LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT. Continue reading
Hi everyone, my name is Adam and I’m an engineer at Dexter Industries. I hacked a dSolar adapter for the 9v power coupling on our NXTBee Pro and Wifi units. I thought it would be fun to power some of … Continue reading
Ever wanted to control a robot with your web browser? Dexter Industries has written an example and library to help you do that. Now you can communicate very quickly, with a webpage, from anywhere in the world. The new example … Continue reading
Recently Dexter Industries teamed up with the University of Arizona to bring solar powered robots to engineering teaching. Students are getting hands-on learning experience in solar engineering using the dSolar to power their LEGO MINDSTORMS robots. A teaching concept that … Continue reading