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The Dexter Industries Wifi Sensor allows your Lego Mindstorms NXT robots to connect to the internet and send and receive data via a local Wifi network. The I found that the Wifi Sensor had issues with signal levels, which is primary cause is my homes design. Laptops have issues as well in some areas as [...]
Both the LEGO 7.4 Volt Rechargeable Batteries for Mindstorms NXT, are of Lithium-ion Polymer construction. Lithium-ion polymer batteries are light weight rechargeable batteries.
Here’s my ExoForce Wheeled Rover Mark II Chassis ready for the new Dexter Sensors.
After the proof of concept with Mark I, I have totally rebuilt the chassis using 12x Rotacasters in pairs.
The Guy NXT door, (Aswin Bouwmeester) had a competition where you could win a LEGO® Mindstorms NXT dIMU sensor from Dexter Industries. It is the same sensor sent to Aswin for evaluation purposes, from Dexter Industries. Aswin recieved it for free for testing, and is probably is the best tested sensor available. Competition: Do you [...]
Lookout NASA, you have Rover competition. And it uses the amazing Rotacaster Omni-wheels for unsurpassed manoeuvrability in confined spaces. The Mars Rotacaster Rover is based on the current NASA Mars Rovers with their unique suspension set-up. Link to this post!
Part I Lookout NASA, you have Rover competition. And it uses the amazing Rotacaster Omni-wheels for unsurpassed manoeuvrability in confined spaces. There is no need of a steering mechanism to turn the Rotacaster Rover thanks to the unique wheel design. NASA Mars Spirit Rover I've had a few attempts, going back to the days of [...]
A pair of NXTBee Radio Modems for use with my LEGO Mindstorms Robots, arrived late this afternoon from Dexter Industries in the United States. I've been waiting for a while for someone to develop such a NXT add-on for me to play with. They only where in transit to Tasmania for 8½ day from the [...]