Archive for category: Programming

  • Released: ROBOTC 4.10

    Released: ROBOTC 4.10

    ROBOTC May 29, 2014 07:33 no comments

    ROBOTC 4.10 has been released for all platforms, VEX and MINDSTORMS.  The list of changes is enormous,you can find the complete overview here: [LINK].  Here’s a list of the changes, copied from the aforementioned link.  I have highlighted the changes pertaining to LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3. It seems that the Driver […]

     
  • ROBOTC for EV3 Beta 1: Available Now!

    ROBOTC for EV3 Beta 1: Available Now!

    EV3, ROBOTC April 23, 2014 07:24 2 comments

    It’s here!  The first beta of ROBOTC for EV3 has arrived! It took a bit longer than we’d hoped for but the wait is over.  You can now program your EV3 with ROBOTC.  This is the first public beta and as with all betas, there will be some missing features […]

     
  • ROBOTC on EV3: Getting Closer!

    ROBOTC on EV3: Getting Closer!

    ROBOTC April 10, 2014 19:58 no comments

    There has been an enormous amount of progress in the past few weeks on the ROBOTC for EV3.  Many bugs and issues were fixed in the base LEGO VM that were causing issues, such as failed auto-id and I2C transactions. Pretty soon I can start working on porting the Driver […]

     
  • ROBOTC 3.x Driver Suite is now on Git

    ROBOTC 3.x Driver Suite is now on Git

    ROBOTC Driver Suite December 13, 2013 12:25 2 comments

    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 are fixed.  There will be no more feature additions to […]

     
  • Talking to your EV3: EV3Messenger

    Talking to your EV3: EV3Messenger

    C#, EV3 October 19, 2013 16:09 no comments

    I was contacted Joeri van Belle last week about a new project that he is working on, a C# project that allows you to send messages to your EV3.  Using it, you can send and receive messages between your EV3 brick and PC. On the brick you can use the […]

     
  • Stay Sharp: Monobrick for the EV3

    Stay Sharp: Monobrick for the EV3

    C# September 26, 2013 07:44 no comments

    If you’re a fan of C#, then you will love Monobrick, a communication library that works with the EV3.  It uses the EV3’s direct commands to remote control the brick.  It works with both the NXT and the EV3.  You can simply import the library into your project and start […]

     
  • New Release: ROBOTC 3.62

    New Release: ROBOTC 3.62

    ROBOTC September 8, 2013 10:42 no comments

    This is most likely the last 3.x ROBOTC release.  It fixes a couple of things, you can find the list of changes below.  Download your copy of it here: [LINK]. 3.61 to 3.62 Changelog Bug Fix: Fixed additional bug in “NXT Brick – Joystick” windows with the “Improper Argument” message […]

     
  • Cool project: ROBOTC-based cable cart

    Cool project: ROBOTC-based cable cart

    ROBOTC June 23, 2013 06:57 no comments

    When Melanie Steiner contacted me some time ago with a question about using joystick control in combination with the Mindsensors NXTServo controller, I got curious. What was she making?  It turned out she is one of the members of a small group of students in Switzerland who were taking part […]

     
  • New Release: ROBOTC 3.61

    New Release: ROBOTC 3.61

    ROBOTC June 9, 2013 06:07 no comments

    This is essentially just a maintenance release with a couple of important changes.  The Changelog is small but the fixes are great (taken from the original article): NEW Joystick Configuration Utility – Added compatibility for custom joystick configurations; the Joystick Configuration Utility can now be used to configure a wide […]

     
  • BotBench on GitHub

    BotBench on GitHub

    Programming June 3, 2013 14:04 9 comments

    I’ve started putting some of my code that I’m working on GitHub.  You can now access my repositories here: [LINK]. The first on there is my Robot Virtual Worlds Maze Crawler.  If you don’t have Git, don’t worry, you can also just download the whole thing as a zip file. […]