These files have existed for a little while now but I never got the official OK to distribute them. However, one of my readers (Marius Steffen) was given two Dropbox links via LEGO Customer Support to these specific files. That […]
I downloaded most of these background pictures from the LEGO EDUCATION website via some Google searching. They’re very nice high-res images of their models. The reason I picked the LEGO EDUCATION images is because they’re less busy than the retail […]
The ROBOTC 3.x Driver Suite is in maintenance mode right now and I’ve decided to put it all on Git. I will no longer create releases like I did before, rather, I will simply push to the repository as bugs […]
I did a short talk on the OHM2013 event about hacking the brick. I spoke about some of the projects I did with the NXT and the things I am doing with the EV3. In retrospect, I should’ve prepared a […]
As some of you know, the EV3 runs a stripped down version of the Angstrom Linux distribution. The cool thing is that the kernel has been configured to output diagnostics data to the first sensor port (S1). You can easily […]
At last, the LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 source code is now available for your perusal. It’s been uploaded to the Mindboards Github space: [LINK]. You can simply clone the repository. It would be really great if you could drop us a […]
Deepak and Nitin Patil from Mindsensors have created another awesome Kickstarter project under...
Tristan from Tris10.com (yeah, very clever domain name!) sent me a FindBall NXT and EmitIR...
Last week, I received no less than 6 of the Bricktronics Breakout Boards from Wayne & Layne...
If you have the Mindsensors EV3Console and you’re keen to use it on Linux, you’ll find...
There has been an enormous amount of progress in the past few weeks on the ROBOTC for EV3. ...
One of my readers, Elias Barcia, mailed me back in May 2013 to ask for some input for a university...