Posts tagged with ‘LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT’

Posts tagged with ‘LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT’

  • Robocup Junor for NXTBee

    RoboCupJunior Rescue 2013

    It’s almost time for RoboCupJunior competitions to start!  Last year some fantastic teams competed, and some very successful teams used Dexter Industries Sensors for the competition. This year we’re offering the same discounts to RoboCupJunior teams competing.

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  • LEGO MINDSTORMS and the Raspberry Pi

    Raspberry Pi and the LEGO MINDSTORMS Touch Sensor

    Continuing our Raspberry Pi Hacking Spree . . .  this week we put together a quick HowTo on getting the Raspberry Pi to read a LEGO MINDSTORMS Touch Sensor.

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  • Obstacle Avoidance Using the NXTBee (Video)

    We were alerted to this awesome video of the NXTBee: obstacle avoidance.  The NXTBee is used to send data back to a computer where it is processed and gives commands on how to proceed.  

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  • The NXTBee - now with a lookup table.

    NXTBee USB Giveaway

    A few weeks back we announced a new product, the NXTBee USB adapter.  The adapter connects your NXT NXTBee’s to a computer. Now, we’re going to give one away . . .

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  • World's First LEGO Wheelchair

    Simon Burfield has made the world’s first working LEGO Wheelchair.  A fully life-sized wheelchair able to carry a 90 kg human, the chair uses 7 MINDSTORMS bricks and a ton of NXT motors and Omniwheels. Simon has some great pictures of construction and a few videos of himself

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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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  • 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, Macbook, laptop, Android smartphone, iPhone, or iPad. Finally . . . you can! Websockets are a way to communicate with webpages that allow you to send data back and forth to a server or another web-enabled device.  A lot of...

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  • Solar Powered LEGO Robot Workshops Are a Hit with Students and Teachers

    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 lets students power up Lego robots by retrofitting them with mini solar panels is making its way out of...

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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 with LVLM, the LabView for LEGO MINDSTORMS (LVLM). We also are posting a few examples of LEGO MINDSTORMS programming to show how to use the NXTBee and LVLM.

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  • Winner: dSwitch For LEGO MINDSTORMS Giveaway

    Thanks to everyone who participated in our contest last week! We had some fabulous ideas that included . . .

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