Posts tagged with ‘temperature’

Posts tagged with ‘temperature’

  • Turret Bot using the Thermal Infrared Sensor by Dexter Industries and the dFlex

    Project: Thermal Infrared Turret Bot

    A very cool project from a student at Tufts using the TIR sensor and the dFlex sensor. The Turret project will use a heat sensor and motors to find a person in a room and then shoot them with a rubber band.

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    Dexter Industries now supports LabVIEW LEGO MINDSTORMS Software

    LabVIEW for LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT virtual instruments for Dexter Industries: now available for download.

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  • Dexter Industries Thermal Sensor reading the temperature 2

    Datalogging for Dexter Industries Sensors

    We've added new NXT-G Blocks so you can start Data Logging with our educational sensors.

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  • Release of the Thermal Infrared!

    The Thermal Infrared Sensor is now for sale! The sensor reads surface temperatures of objects up to 700°F (+380°C).  The sensor has a high accuracy of 0.5°C. If you have ever wanted to measure object temperatures, find a warm body in a room, make night-time videos of  your cat for youtube, or make beautiful pictures of objects, you now...

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  • Spreekt u Nederlands?

    Dexter Industries arrives in the Nederlands!  Thanks Xander!

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  • Measuring Body Heat with Dexter Industries Thermal Sensors

    Brian Davis just wrote a great blog post on The NXT Step about testing the DI digital thermometers by measuring his body heat while mowing the lawn.  The whole blog post can be found here.

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  • Thermometer Trials

    We set out to put the new Dexter Industries Thermometers  through trials.  How accurate is it?  How quickly does it respond to temperature changes?  What kind of resolution do we get with it?  Just how good is the thermometer? First, Brian Davis wrote a great blog entry about the Lego thermometers and a really nice analysis of their performance. ...

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  • Temperature Control For Brewing Beer

    Humans have been brewing beer for thousands of years.  Crucial to quality brewing is temperature control.  Two typical steps in the process are steeping grains and the boil.  Both steps require strict temperature control; getting it wrong can make a mess, and even more tragic, destroy the beer  Learn more about how to avoid tragedy . . .

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