Manuals

Manuals

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  • Playstation Controller

    Overview The Dexter Industries Playstation Dual Shock Controller Shield is a project we’ve developed to interface the PlayStation 2 style controller to the Arduino.  The shield allows you to connect any Playstation 2 device to the Arduino. The best place to start for hardware is Bill Porter’s Playstation 2 Device Page.  This page gives a great overview of what’s...

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  • dLight

    dLight for LEGO MINDSTORMS Give your NXT a bright future with the dLight. The dLight is a bright LED that can be controlled by your NXT. A dLight is capable of producing millions of different colors that can be continuously on or blink in various patterns. Up to four dLights can be daisy chained on a single sensor port...

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  • GPS Shield

    The Arduino GPS Shield The Dexter Industries Arduino GPS Shield can be purchased here.  Easily add navigation to your Arduino projects with Dexter Industries Arduino GPS Shield!  Dexter Industries GPS Shield for Arduino slides over the Arduino UNO, Leonardo, and Mega and many newer models of Arduino. The Arduino shield provides serial data to the Arduino.  Slide it on and go outside! Get Started Download...

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  • WIFI Shield

    WIFI Shield for Arduino Dexter Industries WIFI Shield for Arduino Dexter Industries WIFI Shield for the Arduino has been tested to work with the Uno , Mega, and Leonardo. The shield communicates with the Arduino over serial lines. The WIFI shield is powered by the Gainspan GS1011 Module. We have developed an extensive library with examples serving web pages, creating...

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  • NXTChuck

    Introduction The Dexter Industries NXTChuck allows you to control your LEGO MINDSTORMS robot with the Nintendo Wii® Nunchuk.  The digital adapter plugs into any sensor port on your LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT.  It connects a Wii Nunchuck to the adapter, and you can control your robot with the Wii Nunchuck! Setup To setup the NXTChuck, simply plug it into any one...

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  • Controlling a MINDSTORMS Robot with a Web Browser

    Introduction In this how-to we will show you how to connect to and control a robot from your web-browser. There are three steps to connecting: Connect to the internet over a WIFI network, Establish a websocket connection, and then . . . Send and receive information. In this tutorial we assume you have  already connected to the Internet and...

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