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March 16, 2007

Lego Mindstorms Warehouse Project

at 5:19 am. Filed under Computer Hacks, Toy Hacks

 

This Warehouse Project shows the power and flexability of the LEGO Mindstorm kit. It uses Microsoft BizTalk, Windows Workflow Foundation and C# to stitch everything together. Watch the demo of the system in action where a SMS message from a cell phone activates the system, the first robot grabs a box from the warehouse and delivers it to the second robot which drives the package to its destination.


 

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7 Responses to “Lego Mindstorms Warehouse Project”

  1. NGinuity Says:

    I love the Mindstorms stuff. We didn’t have it when I was growing up, but when I was around 11 years old or so, I took at class at one of the math and science centers where I grew up. The class was on Saturdays, which was kind of a bummer. Anyway, the class taught us how to interface Lego projects we built with a computer via a control board. I believe the computer was an Apple ][E

    The software we used was LOGO. Does anyone remember LOGO? 🙂

  2. BronzeG3 Says:

    Favorite line ever:
    “Where for god’s sake is the debugger?”

  3. Chris Rybitski Says:

    Brings back memories of the First Robotics competition from back in elementary school. Back then we used the version 1.1 RCX (the pretty yellow one).

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  5. Hexypoo Says:

    I would really like to get a mind storm set to mess around with. Its a shame my wife does not share the same tech/toy ambitions that I do 🙁

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  7. Sman Says:

    I’ve been wanting to do this for some other cheap automations around my work… I’m not a programmer tho (yet?)

    Where would I even start to learn the programming?

    I wouldn’t need ALL of the features here (ie: sms)

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