Post Tagged with: "sensor"

  • Coming Soon: Mindsensors EV3 Sensor MUX

    Coming Soon: Mindsensors EV3 Sensor MUX

    Sensors October 25, 2014 07:19 no comments

    Deepak from Mindsensors told me they have a new device coming out soon: a Sensor MUX for the NXT and EV3. What makes this one different from the MUXes out there?  Well for one, it’s very compact, only 42 mm x 48 mm, with mounting holes in a 4 x 5 studs […]

     
  • New: Mindsensors LineLeader v2

    New: Mindsensors LineLeader v2

    Sensors July 9, 2014 17:29 no comments

    Mindsensors have released a new sensor, or rather, a new edition of one of my most favourite ones: the LineLeader v2.  The v2 has a new, better, processor inside and has been optimised to work better with the rather, ehm, tempestuous I2C implementation on the EV3.  That means that you […]

     
  • Tris10: FindBall NXT and EmitIR

    Tris10: FindBall NXT and EmitIR

    Sensors February 2, 2014 18:25 2 comments

    Tristan from Tris10.com (yeah, very clever domain name!) sent me a FindBall NXT and EmitIR to play with and write a ROBOTC driver for. The FindBall NXT The FindBall NXT is a sensor specifically made to locate a 40KHz modulated IR signal, as used by the RoboCup Junior balls.  Tris10 […]

     
  • Coming Soon: Mindsensors EV3 Sensor adapter for NXT or Arduino

    Coming Soon: Mindsensors EV3 Sensor adapter for NXT or Arduino

    Sensors August 17, 2013 08:19 no comments

    You read it right. Not even 3 weeks after the EV3 has started shipping, Mindsensors are working on getting ready to release another cool gadget for it.  This time it’s an EV3 Sensor adapter for NXT or Arduino.  It seems to allow you to connect the new EV3 sensors to […]

     
  • New: Dexter Industries dLight

    New: Dexter Industries dLight

    Sensors March 23, 2013 15:39 1 comment

    Dexter Industries have unleashed another sensor into the wild, the dLight.  I sort of ran my mouth a little, when I released my previous version of the Driver Suite by mentioning it then.  However, it’s out now and available from the Dexter Industries website. So what exactly is the dLight?  […]

     
  • Released: ROBOTC Driver Suite V3.3

    Released: ROBOTC Driver Suite V3.3

    ROBOTC Driver Suite March 12, 2013 21:05 6 comments

    Version 3.3 is out and should work just fine with all version of ROBOTC for NXT of at least 3.59.  I still need more testers for the dWiFI and NXT2WIFI sensors, so if you’re keen, let me know.  If you’re not keen, then, ehm, don’t. IMPORTANT NOTICE(S)! This suite will […]

     
  • Coming soon: Mindsensors Sensor MUX

    Coming soon: Mindsensors Sensor MUX

    Sensors February 27, 2013 21:33 4 comments

    Mindsensors are about to release a Sensor MUX of their own!  This one works very differently in that instead of doing the polling of the attached sensors for you, it allows itself to become a channel to said sensor.  So, in essence, you send it a command, like “give me […]

     
  • Download ROBOTC Driver Suite 3.2

    Download ROBOTC Driver Suite 3.2

    ROBOTC Driver Suite December 5, 2012 22:35 17 comments

    A new Driver Suite is here for your installing pleasure.  The NXT2WIFI is pretty much done as far as I am concerned.  I may add some nice wrappers for sending Tweets and that sort of thing but maybe someone else can do that and I’ll add the code to the […]

     
  • Released: ROBOTC Driver Suite V3.1

    Released: ROBOTC Driver Suite V3.1

    ROBOTC Driver Suite November 2, 2012 19:25 13 comments

    There’s a new instalment of the Driver Suite.  It’s still a bit of a work in progress at the moment, with regards to the RS485 stuff.  I’m busy overhauling the RS485 code in the Dexter Industries dWifi and NXTBees, so for now, I would advise you to use temporary ones […]

     
  • New from Dexter Industries: NXTChuck

    New from Dexter Industries: NXTChuck

    Sensors October 16, 2012 18:57 no comments

    I am sure you’ve seen the pictures of the Wii Nunchucks attached to the NXT before on the Internet.  However, they either required a very specific Nunchuck to be used or some modifications on the device itself.  Dexter Industries, together with Matthew Richardson have come up with a great new […]