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Programming Solutions for the LEGO Mindstorms NXT – Which approach is best for you? (Part 2)

Three different programming environments are available from LEGO for the NXT– NXT-G, ROBOLAB and ROBOTC, and they all make it quite easy to program Mindstorms robots. In addition, the open source community has developed other alternative programming solutions for the NXT. This article provides an introduction to the rich selection of programming approaches available today. This online expanded version of the Winter 2007 article features an extended comparison table and a lot more technical details behind this article.

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Programming Solutions for the LEGO Mindstorms NXT – Which approach is best for you?

Three different programming environments are available from LEGO for the NXT, NXT-G, ROBOLAB and ROBOTC, and they all make it quite easy to program Mindstorms robots. In addition, the open source community has developed other alternative programming solutions for the NXT. This article provides an introduction to the rich selection of programming approaches available today. This online expanded version of the Winter 2007 article features an extended comparison table and a lot more technical details behind this article.

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Who’s Driving?

On June 18, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) visited Carnegie Mellon University to test and observe the performance of a robotic SUV that has been prepared to compete in DARPA’s 2007 Urban Challenge, a 60-mile race that will pit driverless vehicles against each other on a course that simulates an urban environment.

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