Innovation First intros VEX RCR Mini, WiFi control system

February 13, 2008

First make sure innovation seems maintain a steady pace with its VEX robotics system, with the company now follows his ROBOTC programming has released its new VEX kit with RCR WiFi Mini kit and a new control system. The first, as you have no doubt surmised, is a smaller and cheaper version of the standard of innovation VEX system, which he believes will be particularly attractive to primary school pupils on the spot. The control system VEX WiFi, on the other hand, apparently VEX will work with all robots, and somewhat ominously, the possibility of making a “simultaneous operation of hundreds of wireless robots.” No word on the price or exact release date for the WiFi system only for the moment, but you can look for RCR VEX Mini will be available in August for “less than $ 100.”


TeMo robot carries mobile, takes orders from anywhere …

February 4, 2008

We know how men can become attached to their robots – particularly those that have had a hand in creation. Fortunately, the advent of mobile broadband is what allows us to stay closer and closer to our mechanics, even when we are there. All gushing aside, TeMo home is a pretty swank concoction – it is mainly built from Lego Technic and comprises five servo motors, an arm (you know, to do things), a microcontroller and it’s very own cell phone, with an unlimited data package. Put simply, a creature of the device runs a Web server that can be accessed from anywhere, in theory, give the owner the ability to transmit commands halfway (or fully) in the World wide. Best of all, the truth of how TeMo ticks is sprawled read in the link below, so be sure to give some attention if it seems to be the perfect solution to that strained relationship long distance.