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Mindsensors

Mindsensors manufacture custom sensors, multiplexers and several devices for hobby robotics.


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  • Motor Multiplexer for Mindstorms NXT / EV3
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    Review by ISTITUTO TECNICO
    The MMX motor mux is an easy way to connect two other NXT servos to NXT brick. It uses a input sensor port saving the sensor port for other usage. It has a complete application library from mindsensors, easy to use and easily integrable with programs written in NXC (BrixCC) language. In our school we have used it to drive an holonomic platform (4 wheel motors + 2 for moving an arm) with excellent results. I recommend this mux in every application where more than 3 NXT motors are nedeed.
    (Posted on 5/5/14)
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Lego Mindstorm NXT + Arduino

Posted on July 23, 2010

By Carlos Asmat & filled under Robotics Projects & Kits.

Clinton Blackmore form the Southern Alberta Robotics Enthusiasts club put together some pretty neat software to control Lego NXT motors and sensors by using the Arduino microcontroller. He is using the Mindsesors Multiplexer for NXT Motors coupled with an Arduino Compatible Seeeduino in order to control a small robot made from Lego NXT parts, read [...]
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Lego Mindstorm NXT Controlled with Arduino

Posted on July 23, 2010

By Carlos Asmat & filled under Uncategorized.

Clinton Blackmore form the Southern Alberta Robotics Enthusiasts club put together some pretty neat software to control Lego NXT motors and sensors by using the Arduino microcontroller. As shown in the video below, he is using the Mindsesors Multiplexer for NXT Motors coupled with an Arduino Compatible Seeeduino in order to control a small robot [...]
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Unfortunately Mindsensors has tested the adapter with the Lynxmotion PS2 controller and found that it does not work. Controllers which are compatible: Pelican Chameleon Wireless Controller for PlayStation 2 Sylvania RadioWave RF ...
2013-05-01 11:21 by CBenson
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... purchasing them through our previous supplier. Note that if you require additional accuracy, you might consider making your own sensor using the Mindsensors Analog Sensor Building Kit and a gyroscope . Hope this helps,
2010-06-28 08:10 by CBenson
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... is the first that comes to mind: http://www.robotshop.ca/lego-mindstorm-nxt-1.html We have also received a vision sensor for the NXT from Mindsensors that can expand the functionality of the robot: http://www.robotshop.ca/mindsensors-nxtcam-v2-vision-sensor-1.html Don't let the appearance ...
2008-12-02 11:46 by ForumAdmin
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interesting contradiction between the mindsensors user manual and their i2c example code on the device address; the manual says default 0xe0 and the sample IIC.nqc puts IIC_ADD at 0xa0. can you access the address setting via setup and make certain it is really set to 0xe0?
2007-07-25 17:59 by EddieB
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... your posts on the basic micro forum trying to figure out the i2cout command. I'm using an Atom Pro 28 with the new (8.0.?) ide. The device is a Mindsensors LCD.I used the code from the I2C thread on the Basic Micro site where the address is shifted 1 bit left and included in the data. The command ...
2007-07-24 20:29 by drew01833
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