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Robert Sim discusses Volts IQ

 

Robot devs at Braintech which produces the VOLTS-IQ vision additions for Microsoft Robotics.

Robert discusses the various stuff in the SDK (Note 1.6 is out now) and also highlights a wireless camera they are developing for the Lego NXT system.

The camera uses Bluetooth to deliver pictures to a laptop for processing. Under Microsoft Robotics Studio (MSRS), various services can run on the PC and then communicate via Bluetooth back to the Lego Brick to drive motors and read sensors. MSRS therefore enables this combination of hardware very well.

I for one look forward to seeing these cameras - it'd probably make my robot football demo go better rather than relying on one camera between 4 robots.

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  1. Could we use the volts iq solution on a "windows ce 5.0" device?

    THibaud — March 30, 2008 2:22 PM
  2. I don't think so. http://www.volts-iq.com/ for more details

    paulfo — April 7, 2008 8:22 PM

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