Mindsensors is working on a new NXT sensor, called a Light Sensor Array. It’s similar in form factor to the LineLeader that they have sold previously, but it doesn’t have a PID algorithm built in. Instead, it just gives you … Continue reading
A while ago I removed a work-around that had been necessary, but I forgot to update the online files. It is now fixes in this V1.12 release (available here).
I released V1.1 earlier, but soon after realized I had made a mistake in the calculation of ClassNXTSound::SoundLevel. I fixed the mistake in this V1.11 release (available here).
I just released NXShield Lego Arduino Drivers V1.1. I added support for the Dexter Industries dIMU, and the Lego Sound sensor. Go to the NXShield Driver Suite page for a complete supported devices list, and change log.
During DIWIFI week 2 presented by Dexter Industries, one of the projects was a ROBOTC program that would use the DIWIFI to read the current weather, provided by Google. The program worked fine, but I made some modifications to improve … Continue reading
By request, today I finally got around to cleaning up the program for the dIMU Segway. It is based on the HTWay by HiTechnic, but I significantly modified it to work with the dIMU instead of the HiTechnic Gyro, and … Continue reading
The mindsensors LineLeader is a great sensor for following a line. It uses an array of 8 sensors, and 9 LEDs to see the line. Not only does it allow you access to the scaled values from the sensors, but … Continue reading