Posts tagged with ‘mindstorms NXT’

Posts tagged with ‘mindstorms NXT’

  • Raspberry Pi and LEGO MINDSTORMS Sensors

    This week we’ve posted a quick tutorial to show how we connected an amazing little computer called the Raspberry Pi and some amazing LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT sensors. For those that haven’t heard, the Raspberry Pi is a small, $25 Linux computer, about the size of a (large) credit card.

    0
    0
  • NXTBee's and RobotC 3.5

    A quick update on RobotC 3.5 and the NXTBee.

    0
    0
  • 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 help you do that.  Now you can communicate very quickly, with a webpage, from anywhere in the world.  The new example software allows a user to dynamically control the robot from a webpage from a browser on a laptop, computer,...

    0
    0
  • 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...

    0
    0
  • Amazon.com in Germany

    Hallo Deutschland! We are trying to get a little more international exposure and have expanded into Amazon.de.

    1
    0
  • Robocup Junor for NXTBee

    Storming Robots Win Robocup Jr. With the Thermal Infrared Sensor

    Congratulations to the Storming Robots Team from Branchburg New Jersery, who alerted us that they have won the RoboCup Junior US Rescue B competition and will be travelling to the World Event in June.

    0
    0
  • Moonbots 2012

    Announcing 2012 MoonBots A Google Lunar X PRIZE LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Challenge!

    This year, Dexter Industries is bringing sustainability to Moonbots by providing 30 finalists with dSolar 4W systems. Teams will power their lunar robots with solar power, just like a real mission to the moon!

    0
    0
  • 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 to integrate wireless communications with the NXTBee into your LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT project.

    0
    0
  • NXTBee Direct Communication (Beta)

    We've recently been working on an example to communicate directly to individual XBee radios. The NXTBee allows for mesh-networking and a whole lot of other really awesome capabilities of the XBee radio system. One of those capabilities is to be able to send messages directly on a single radio, and only that radio.

    0
    0
  • New NXTBee Library

    Mark Crosbie recently developed an advanced, yet easy to use library for the NXTBee. The library surpasses anything we've developed for the NXTBee in terms of ability to send data: both for ease of use and for advanced user capabilities.

    0
    0
{"cart_token":"","hash":"","cart_data":""}