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  • 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 […]

     
  • LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Source Code Coming Soon!

    LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Source Code Coming Soon!

    EV3 July 31, 2013 07:08 4 comments

    The source code for the LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 firmware (OS and VM) will be going live at 00:00 CET (Central European Time), 1 August 2013 . Check back on this blog to find out about location of the files and further instructions. The source code includes everything you need to […]

     
  • 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. […]

     
  • ROBOTC 4.x Announcement

    ROBOTC 4.x Announcement

    ROBOTC May 8, 2013 22:00 14 comments

    The people who watched last week’s Webinar, got a glimpse of what’s coming in ROBOTC 4.x.  I’m very excited about this as it will support two new platforms: the VEX IQ and of course the new MINDSTORMS EV3.  I’m currently working on overhauling the Driver Suite, so it will be […]

     
  • Robot Magazine Article: Pointers and Data Structures in ROBOTC

    Robot Magazine Article: Pointers and Data Structures in ROBOTC

    ROBOTC May 8, 2013 08:35 no comments

    I wrote an article a little while back for the May/June 2013 issue of Robot Magazine entitled “Pointers and Data Structures in ROBOTC”.   You can now download the PDFs for the individual pages here!  I hope you find it useful. [Page 1] [Page 2] [Page 3] You can find the […]

     
  • Free E-Book: Fully ARMed NXT

    Free E-Book: Fully ARMed NXT

    Ramblings February 25, 2013 15:55 4 comments

    Hot off the virtual press, one of Mindboards’ most technical users, tcwan (real name Tat-Chee Wan), has published an e-book called “Fully ARMed NXT”.  The book is a highly technical book, which will teach you all the ins and outs of programming ARM assembler, using NXOS.  NXOS is an open […]

     
  • Tutorial: Stacks in ROBOTC

    Tutorial: Stacks in ROBOTC

    Tutorials January 20, 2013 11:10 1 comment

    Stacks are used a LOT in computing.  The CPU in your laptop or PC, your mobile phone and iPad all have one thing in common, they all use stacks, without exception.  So what is a stack you ask yourself?  Well, think of what a stack of things is in real […]

     
  • Tutorial: Pointers in ROBOTC

    Tutorial: Pointers in ROBOTC

    Tutorials January 14, 2013 06:41 4 comments

    Hurray, ROBOTC has support for pointers!  “That’s nice,” I hear you say, “but what are they?”  That’s a good question.  I’ll try to explain in this tutorial.  This tutorial is the first of a couple that will show you the kinds of things you’ll be able to do with pointers. […]