Posts Tagged ‘RobotC’

So a few weeks ago I got a VEX IQ set. I have been working on mobile robotic arm. This video showcases the drive base for the robot. I have it working via remote. All the software is written in RobotC. This is just step 1, the arm will be the next challenge, but just wanted to share what I have been doing!

You can learn more about VEX IQ here and join the discussion forum!

In celebration of the release of their new WiFi sensor, Dexter Industries has been blogging and posting example code of how to use it. While the code is written for RobotC, the same commands can be sent with the original RS485 block (or VIs) posted on the Files page. In support of this new sensor, I will be re-posting some of the examples using these blocks! You can head over to Dexter Industries’ blog and read more on this cool new sensor! Then check out some of the projects Xander did over at BotBench! The sensor is now on sale via the Dexter Industries website. I highly recommend this sensor as it fairly easy to use and really expands the MINDSTORMS platform!