Monthly Archives: November 2012

NXT2WiFi: Using Webpage Sliders to Control Motors

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This tutorial follows on from my previous NXT2WiFi Articles. In this example [robotc] is used to program the NXT. Using Webpage Sliders to Control LEGO Mindstorms NXT Motors with your [NXT2WiFi] is relatively easy. You will need to have the latest [NXT2WiFi] Custom Webserver Source Code in order to use Slide Controls.

RobotC: NXT Beach Buggy Controlled via NXT2WiFi

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This LEGO Mindstorms NXT Beach Buggy is controlled via an Internet Browser Interface using a LEGO Mindstorms NXT [NXT2WiFi]. This is my first project using one of Daniele Benedettelli’s [NXT2WiFi]. Any Internet Browser capable device can control it. The NXT2WIFI is a miniature Webserver Module featuring a fully integrated 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi interface, giving your LEGO® MINDSTORMS® creations access to any Wi-Fi network.

RobotC & Logitech F710 Joysticks with Windows7 amd64

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ROBOTC has Joystick Controller stations built into the interactive debugger. “Joystick Control – Simple” is a debugger window to control the NXT via a Logitech USB remote control. “Joystick Control – Game” is a full featured Controller Station which is used mainly for FIRST Tech Challange or other competitions that are NXT or TETRIX based.

LEGO NXT Thermometer using CatCan SmartSensor Lite

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I decided to put my CatCan SmartSensor Lite’s Temperature measuring capabilities to use by constructing a simple LEGO Mindstorms NXT Mechanical Linear Display Thermometer. The Thermometer is graduated in 1 Degree Celsius increments. The Display pointer is driven via a NXT Motor connected to a conveyor belt built from old style Technic Track Elements.

Technics & Mindstorms Compatible ‘MinuteBot Baseplate’

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I had a package arrive today from Soren Jensen, in Copenhagen, Denmark containing a pair of LEGO Technics & Mindstorms Compatible ‘MinuteBot Baseplates’. The [MinuteBot] Base is a thick, very robust base plate that is a must have for your Technics Models and LEGO Mindstorms Robots. The [MinuteBot Base] is a rectangular plate measuring 21 x 30 Technic holes.

LEGO NXT Beach Buggy Controlled via Web Browser

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This LEGO Mindstorms NXT Beach Buggy is controlled via an Internet Browser Interface using a LEGO Mindstorms NXT [NXT2WiFi]. This is my first project using one of Daniele Benedettelli’s [NXT2WiFi]. Any Internet Browser capable device can control it. The NXT2WIFI is a miniature Webserver Module featuring a fully integrated 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi interface, giving your LEGO® MINDSTORMS® creations access to any Wi-Fi network.

LEGO Mindstorms NXT Forklift – Mark II (Follows Line)

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My Original Forklift was part of my NXTLog FoodFactor Competition Entry, which needed a method to transport models of the large open top pallet type bins used to transport vegetables, such as potatoes, cabbages and pumpkins. I decided on a Forklift Truck to do the job.

The Unofficial LEGO Technic Builder’s Guide

The Unofficial LEGO® Technic Builder’s Guide: 2nd edition
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The Unofficial LEGO Technic Builder’s Guide is filled with building tips for creating strong yet elegant machines and mechanisms with the Technic system. Author Pawel Sairel Kmiec will teach you the foundations of LEGO Technic building, from simple machines to advanced mechanics, even explaining how to create realistic to-scale models. Sariel, a world-renowned LEGO Technic expert, offers unique insight into mechanical principles like torque, power translation, and gear ratios, all using Technic bricks.

Purchase LEGO® MINDSTORMS® NXT NXT2WiF Sensor

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Imagine takig control of your NXT robot from every kind of Web Enabled device: PC, MAC, laptop, netbook, Android-powered smartphone or tablet, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch.  You can read data from the NXT’s sensors, or command it while you’re away through a great-looking dynamic webpage.  Control your NXT robot from everywhere in the world.

NXT2WiFi, Webserver Sensor – Getting Started Guide

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My NXT2WiFi, Webserver module for LEGO® MINDSTORMS® NXT robots arrived a couple of weeks ago from Daniele Benedettelli. I finally got around to unpacking this new sensor today. In fact the weather here today made the decision very easy.



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