In the previous article (Plans for Lego World 2015), I sketched the ideas we will (try to) implement for Lego World 2015. But there will be more…
We have made new plans for Lego World 2015 and partly with a new team. The group now consists of 9 programmers, including a specialist in Linux programming. Find out what he is doing in a Microsoft .NET expertise group…
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Coming Thursday, our group has the first meeting to discuss our plans for Lego World 2015. One of the ideas, is to extend our group with Linux programmers and add functionality to the EV3 firmware.
Stay tuned for more ideas!
At Lego World in Utrecht, our two trains have delivered many candy sweets to the visitors.
Take a look at our Youtube account for a video with the first dual-train test run.
In the last weeks, we have worked hard to integrate the hardware and the software. Just like a real project, we had some unexpected failures. In this article, I will mention a couple of them.
Just a small note: our project was selected from many subscriptions to join Lego World 2014 in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
We are now in the integration phase, the complete layout has been setup in our office so we can test our software against the completed hardware. Below you see the complete layout.
See you all at Lego World.