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  • VEX IQ GoProBot

    VEX IQ GoProBot

    VEX September 5, 2014 15:11 no comments

    My little brother dropped by last weekend, while on his journey through Europe by bike.  So, what’s more fun than playing with robots when it’s raining cats and dogs outside? That’s right, adding cameras to the robots!  I didn’t get any pictures of the robot with the camera on it, […]

     
  • New Release: ROBOTC 4.26

    New Release: ROBOTC 4.26

    ROBOTC September 2, 2014 22:00 no comments

    It’s out!  ROBOTC 4.26 has been released.  You can read all about it here: [LINK].   It has a lot of changes, so be sure to check the complete Changelog.  Now that it’s out, I can focus on finishing up the ROBOTC Driver Suite, which still needs quite a bit […]

     
  • New Release: ROBOTC 4.25

    New Release: ROBOTC 4.25

    ROBOTC August 16, 2014 07:47 no comments

    There’s a new release of ROBOTC available for all platforms, version 4.25, the “Blood, Sweat and Tears” edition!  Well, the official name is “Preview Release”, but I think my name is more accurate.  A lot of work into making this release.  So without further ado, let’s have a look at […]

     
  • Review: The LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Discovery Book

    Review: The LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Discovery Book

    EV3 July 9, 2014 18:54 no comments

    The long awaited EV3 building and programming book by Laurens Valk is finally available!  It’s called “The LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Discovery Book” and it’s 370+ pages of awesomeness. Where to start?  The book has been printed in full colour, which is a massive improvement over his previous book and a […]

     
  • 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 […]

     
  • VEX IQ Quadruped

    VEX IQ Quadruped

    VEX May 24, 2014 16:41 no comments

    In my last post about the VEX IQ building system I had a small video featuring my VEX Quadruped.  I’ve done a bit of work on it since then and the gait has been greatly improved.  I also added some small rubber feet on the legs.  These are the traction […]

     
  • VEX IQ: Modular Robotics System for STEM

    VEX IQ: Modular Robotics System for STEM

    VEX May 18, 2014 12:24 no comments

    What is VEX IQ VEX IQ is the latest offering from VEX. It’s a complete modular robotics system to complement their VEX Cortex range.  The VEX IQ is positioned at a younger audience, from the age of about 8.  It uses plastic parts instead of the Cortex metal parts. Using […]

     
  • Virtually Awesome: Virtual NXT

    Virtually Awesome: Virtual NXT

    Ramblings January 22, 2014 14:09 no comments

    Robotics is great but if you have a lot of kids that want to take part, you’re going to need a fairly large number of sets.  You don’t want to have spend the first 15 minutes of each class rebuilding the base robot for the lessons of that day. Up […]

     
  • 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 […]

     
  • Controlling the EV3 over TCP/IP

    Controlling the EV3 over TCP/IP

    EV3 August 26, 2013 12:02 no comments

    Anders Søborg has written a great guide on how to establish a TCP/IP connection with the EV3: [LINK].  He’s working on a C# library that will make it very easy to remote control your brick this way, using direct commands over TCP/IP.  It’ll be part of the next release of […]