Lego Mindstorms has come a long way since its original 1994 incarnation. Lego's third generation EV3 robotics kit ($350), introduced at this year's CES, has been modernized for mobile programming, with a wireless Bluetooth connectivity and an integrated smartphone app, and is compatible with Lego's older NXT 2.0 kits. The new EV3, a small computer that fits in the palm of your hand, has 16MB of memory and 64MB of storage, and the kit includes a motor, an infrared "seeker," and a touch sens...
Posted by HumaRobotics on Wednesday, March 28, 2012,
Discover the most advanced module for NXT to date and connect your robotics creations to the Internet using Wifi. Your robot becomes a smart object and opens new capabilities
How does the WifiBlock NXT robot work?
Connected to one of the four sensors ports of your NXT brick, the WifiBlock receives orders from your robot and relays them over an IP network using its wireless connection. The WifiBlock exchanges data with any device connected to your local network (computer, smartphone, and tabl...
View and control your Lego Mindstorms NXT robot with your smartphone. See live video stream. Share with one click. Works on desktop too. Get free robot build-instructions each month.
Kleekbots lets people control their robot with their iPhone and Android instantly and requires no tweaking or programming. See live video stream of your robot. Share control with one click. And more. Kleekbots works on iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android, Windows Phone 7, Samsung, BlackBerry, Nokia.