Archive for Other’s Mindstorms NXT Robots
Instinctively knowing how to avert danger and stay safe—or not—may depend on a brain area known as the Amygdala in both humans and animals. Researchers used the LEGO Mindstorms Robogator to test how hungry rats would determine how much danger they were willing to face to retrieve food pellets. The researchers programmed the robot to […]
Marc-Andre Bazergui has built a special LEGO WORLD: Zwolle Edition of Wall*E, the famous Hollywood robot from Disney/Pixar movie of the same name. This is the 4th generation of his Wall*E. So i called it zWall-E4. It only has Mindstorms components with no POWER FUNCTIONS or 3rd Party sensor devices used. The three NXT bricks […]
Dad and Adam's entry for NXTASY Challenge #3 "The Anxt". This is an amazing feat to preform with a Lego Robot weighing less than 1Kg! The ability to lift and then carry 35Kg for over 1 Metre, is just simply a stunning achievement. This contest was conducted back in 2007, and there was no video […]
LEGO WORLD 2010 was held at IJsselhallen, Zwolle, The Netherlands. Link to this post!
222Doc says, "This turned out to be the hardest build, design and program to date. I will never again say to my self this will be easy. 100's of hours in this thing. it could be improved alot perhaps one day." Enjoy Sloth in "Life by the finger tips!" 1x Lego NXT Computer 8x Nxt […]
If you are the owner of a LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT set and have an Android smartphone and you want to have some fun with your robots, now you have the possibility with MINDdroid – for free! Link to this post!
The Lego PF/NXT OMNI-SPIDER omnidirectional 8-legged robot that imitates a Spider with an excellent degree of accuracy. This is a preview of the prototype, built by Menno Gorter. You can easily imagine that Menno's final version will be absolutely BRILLIANT! As the name suggest, his PF/NXT OMNI-Spider is capable of walking in any direction. It […]
If you are not absolutely amazed while watching these two videos, there is something wrong. Read more on on The NXTStep and at Team Hassenplug. Quick Facts Over 100,000 LEGO® pieces Link to this post!
I was wondering too myself a few weeks ago if anyone had moved on from the NXT Segway to a "Self-Balancing-Bike" or even a Unicycle. Mechanically and Electronically I thought it would be relatively easy to build, but programming would be a lot more of a challenge. Low and behold it's been done by Joep […]
A Brilliant NXT Bot by Andreas. The Lego NXT Wall-e transformable robot is fully self controlled and uses Lego Mindstorms programming environment. I believe it's the first Lego built look-alike wall-e which is capable transforming automatically. The Transformation is quite similar to the way the original Wall-e does it in the Movie. Link to this […]