The mindsensors Configuration Tool is your tool to change any parameters on your SD540Cs and CANLights. You can change the basics such as device ID and name, but it also lets you perform more advanced functions like configuring limit switches for the SD540C or testing colors on the CANLight.Read more
Want to make a PiStorms robot that uses a PiCamera to recognize icons placed in front of it and reacts differently to each one? This tutorial will teach you how to do just that!Read more
Did you ever need to take textual input with your PiStorms? This tutorial explains how to use the new input class to take input with an on-screen keyboard.Read more
Do you want to install OpenCV on your Raspberry Pi and track faces with python, without going in to details of compiling the OpenCV package?
Follow the instructions below.Read more
At the core, Stronghold goal is just a visual pattern. A semi-circular window with bricks around. There are reflective tape markers but we will not be using them in this tutorial. All human player needs to do is scan for the pattern, our brain is able to pick out this pattern, even among all the distraction.
The question is, can computers do better? want to know keep reading.
Using an NXTservo and the LEGO EV3 this will show you how to set and find the neutral position for your Continuous Rotation servo.Read more
An issue that may occur while assembling your BombiniBot is where one of the whisker values (tentacle sensor values) returns "Left", "Right", or possibly both, while the bot is stationary. This blog should help clear up and give you some troubleshooting techniques to fix the issue.Read more
Often new team members (or even experienced ones) building an FRC robot, under the pressure of ticking clock, make the terrible mistake of connecting the wrong wires at the wrong places. These mistakes can cost teams lots of money, headaches, and more importantly valuable time! This can be easily avoided if you follow these few simple steps.Read more
Using NxtMMX with PiStorms
The PiStorms has four motor ports, for some people that could be a problem. However, using the Mindsensors.com NxtMMX on the sensor ports of a PiStorms board we can can add an additional eight motors being that can be controlled, for a total of twelve motor ports.Read more
Learn programming with Blockly visual programming environment for PiStorms
Want to make a PiStorms robot that uses a PiCamera to recognize icons placed in front of it and reacts...