Post Tagged with: "Bluetooth"

  • Cool Kickstarter: DynePod: Bringing You The Internet of Toys

    Cool Kickstarter: DynePod: Bringing You The Internet of Toys

    Ramblings November 16, 2014 10:10 no comments

    The DynePod Internet of Toys product I wrote about a little while ago now has a live Kickstarter campaign!  Go check it out, there may be a few Early Bird rewards left, but they’re selling quite nicely!  I love that there’s a “Maker Pack” reward that comes with a programming […]

     
  • Internet of Toys: DynePods

    Internet of Toys: DynePods

    Ramblings November 7, 2014 08:31 no comments

    What is this?  Something that’s not directly robot related?  Why, yes it is!  I was contacted by Beth Winkowski, the PR person for Dynepic about an upcoming Kickstarter campaign.  It was a standard email and I wasn’t sure if the product, DynaPod, was something my readers would be interested in.  I decided […]

     
  • Cool Kickstarter: BeagleBone Wireless Console

    Cool Kickstarter: BeagleBone Wireless Console

    Ramblings August 19, 2014 07:56 2 comments

    Can I still call something a “Cool Kickstarter” if it’s on Indiegogo?  Of course I can, this is my site! Deepak from OpenElectrons and Mindsensors let me know they’ve just started a very cool Indiegogo project: a BeagleBone Wiress Console or BBConsole for short.  Not unlike a previous project they did for the […]

     
  • 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 […]

     
  • ROBOTC Bluetooth Tutorial

    ROBOTC Bluetooth Tutorial

    Tutorials March 22, 2012 08:32 1 comment

    Laurens, over at Robot Square, has written an easy to follow Bluetooth tutorial for ROBOTC.  So if you’re keen to do some remote controlling or other message passing but you’re not quite sure how to get started, then head on over: [LINK]. Turns out, it’s not nearly as hard as […]

     
  • NXT Naming Scheme

    NXT Naming Scheme

    Ramblings September 25, 2011 10:58 2 comments

    Since I’ve been working on my Kinect application I’ve had to deal with Bluetooth addresses a lot and it seems pretty tricky to map these to their associated friendly names.  To avoid the problem altogether, I’ve started renaming all my bricks to the last 3 LSB (Least Significant Bytes), seeing […]

     
  • Finding Bluetooth paired NXTs with WMI

    Finding Bluetooth paired NXTs with WMI

    C# September 23, 2011 14:55 13 comments

    Windows Management Instrumentation I’ve been programming a fair bit of C# lately and one of the things I needed to do was find a list of all the COM ports used by NXTs that had been paired with the currently connected Bluetooth controller on the laptop. WMI, or Windows Management […]