This month, we'll finish off the tool that lets us "peek under the hood" of our controller and then we'll put it into a useable housing.
Building Bots From Found Parts by Gordon McComb
There's virtually no limit to the number and type of items you can use in your robot projects. Find out just how easy it is to build your own "no-cut" robot out of ready-made parts available at your local hardware store.
CPLDS — Part 4:HDL Programming by David Ward
Now that you have a better idea of what a CPLD is and what it can do, it's time to introduce and begin using HDL (hardware description language).
Make Your Robot s Wires Extinci by Fred Eady
Find out about a new 8051-based powerhouse that will allow you to lose the wire connection to the microcontroller in your robot.
Programming the LEGO MKT: An Alternative Approach Suitable For Developing Tomorrow's Engineers
by John Blankenship and Samuel Mishal
LEGO makes building robots easier, and now programming a LEGO NXT can be just as easy. Learn about the open-source LegoLibrary.bas.
Stimulating Robot Tidbits
GeerHead by David Geer A Robot's Touch
Ask Mr. Roboto by Dennis Clark
Your Problems Solved Here
The NXT Big Thing #9 by Greg Intermaggio In Control!
Twin Tweaks by Bryce and Evan Woo/tey
Why Did The Robot Cross The Road?
Then and Now by Tom Carrot!
New Approaches to Robotics Education
Moros — A 30 lb Angled Bar Spinner
POTPOURRI 3.0 32 The Reality of TV
Completed and Scheduled Events