Software and Drivers

  • Raspberry Pi and the LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT

    We recently came across a really awesome project using the LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT and the Raspberry Pi: The PiBot...

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  • Using Debugger Stream in RobotC

    One of the most powerful aspects of RobotC is the debugger stream. You can easily debug complex programs...

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  • NXT controlled by an iPad

    Control your LEGO MINDSTORMS with an iPhone or iPad

    Have you ever wanted to control your robot with your iPhone, iPad, or MacBook?

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  • Robot Control Over WIFI for LEGO MINDSTORMS (Video)

    Ever wanted to control a robot with your web browser?  Dexter Industries has written an example and library to...

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  • Websockets-and-iPhone

    Introducing Websockets for WIFI

    Imagine . . . controlling your LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT robot from everywhere in the world from any web-enabled device: PC,...

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  • Installing NXT-G 3rd Party Blocks for LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT in NXT-G

    Installing 3rd Party NXT-G Blocks Tutorial

    Having trouble getting third party NXT-G Blocks installed?  We’ve had this video for some time, but wanted to make...

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  • The NXTBee now with Labview for LEGO MINDSTORMS

    NXTBee and Labview for LEGO MINDSTORMS (LVLM)

    A few months back, Andrew Milluzi released Laview VI's for the NXTBee. This week we tested the NXTBee...

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  • The NXTbee wireless sensor attached to Port 4 on the Lego Mindstorms NXT

    leJOS Class for NXTBee

    Mark at Mastincrosbie.com has just released a leJos class for the NXTBee. The new class makes it easy...

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  • RobotC for Arduino

    Now one of our favorite software systems, RobotC, is combined with one of our favorite hardware systems, Arduino. ...

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  • Coming Soon for WIFI . . .

    A quick preview on something we're working on with the WIFI sensor . . .

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