WIFI Week 2 Wrapup

WIFI Week 2 Wrapup
To wrap things up, we’re re-hashing the week and posting the code in one zip file in our Downloads section. The Internet of Things: Pachube With DIWIFI and LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT Weather From Google Thingspeak With DIWIFI and LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT News Feed From Google     LeJOS for WIFI   Did you like this? ...

DI WIFI Week 2: Lejos for WIFI

DI WIFI Week 2:  Lejos for WIFI
LeJOS examples for the WIFI Module for LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT. We’re very happy to announce that we now have drivers and examples for the WIFI module in LeJOS. We’ve written about LeJOS before and we find it an absolutely awesome programming environment. A very heartfelt thanks to Lasse for developing these drivers.  He is part of ...

DI WIFI Week 2: News Feed From Google

DI WIFI Week 2:  News Feed From Google
News from Google to your LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT We’re finishing up WIFI Week 2 with a small program that lets you download headlines from Google News and display them on the NXT using the Wifi Module. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

The Internet of Things: Thingspeak With DIWIFI and LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT 3

The Internet of Things: Thingspeak With DIWIFI and LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT
Thingspeak with LEGO™ MINDSTORMS™ NXT More on the internet of things today!  This post shows you how to use the WIFI Sensor for LEGO MINDSTORMS to post data to Thingspeak.com. Thingspeak is “an open application platform designed to enable meaningful connections between things and people”.  In other words, meaningful connections between robots and people. Did ...

DI WIFI Week 2: Weather From Google

DI WIFI Week 2:  Weather From Google
Weather with LEGO™ MINDSTORMS™ NXT  Ever walked outside and realized that it’s cold and you forgot your jacket? This robot might be able to help.  To demonstrate the power of the WIFI Sensor for LEGO™ MINDSTORMS™ NXT, yesterday we showed you how to share data on the internet.  Today, we’re showing you how to get some data. ...

The Internet of Things: Pachube With DIWIFI and LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT 3

The Internet of Things: Pachube With DIWIFI and LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT
Pachube with LEGO™ MINDSTORMS™ NXT Pachube (pronounced as “Patch bay”) is an on-line database service allowing people to connect sensor-derived data (such as energy and environmental data from objects, devices & buildings) to the Web and to build their own applications based on that data.  In this post we show you how you can use the WIFI ...

WIFI Week 2

WIFI Week 2
This week we’ll be bringing you four new projects for the DI WIFI sensor. We’ll have some more advanced examples of posting data to the internet, and pulling data down off the internet. When we first released the WIFI Sensor, we held WIFI Week, where we posted a series of examples of how you can ...

WIFI Week: Twitter Temperature 2

WIFI Week: Twitter Temperature
In or final instalment of WIFI Week, we’ll show you how to send a Tweet to a twitter account. In this example, we will take a temperature with the DI Thermometer, and embed it in a tweet. To post to twitter, our program uses a twitter service at Tweet Library for Arduino and the built ...

Wifi Week: Crank Up The Speed!

Wifi Week: Crank Up The Speed!
The Dexter Industries Lego Wifi Sensor can communicate faster than any other sensor made for Lego Mindstorms NXT.  Not only can it circle the globe with information, but it can do it at almost 1 Megabyte per second. We can speed up and slow down the speed of the Wifi sensor by changing the baud ...

WIFI Week: Setting Up a Webserver

WIFI Week: Setting Up a Webserver
Setting up a webserver for your MINDSTORMS robot can be done now with the Dexter Industries Wifi sensor.  A few months back, Botbench setup an incredible example of a webserver.  This example is based largely off the work done there. Today we will walk through the steps to setup a webserver.  We will illustrate this ...