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Je viens de recevoir ma commande: Boe Bot , que j’ai commandé au Etats-Unis parce que il est cher en France, c’est encore rare les jouets intelligents comme ça en France.

Tout passe bien.

En utilisant le Manuel qui est en anglais, j’ai installé d’abord BASIC Stamps Editor (qui est gratuit sur Internet) . Chapitre I: J’attaque un peu sur le programmation. Comme un ordinateur portable, ce module BS2 (BASIC Stamps 2) permet de faire quelques tâches en utilisant le code ASCII que je viens d’apprendre à l’école. Remarquesur cette chapitre : si on utilise le code ASCII, onn a beaucoup plus de caractères à créer qu’on ne peut pas trouversur un clavier standard.

Parallax and Microsoft have collaborated to combine the power of Microsoft® Robotics Studio with the versatile and easy to use Boe-Bot® Robot. With the Boe-Bot Robot Kit for Microsoft Robotics Studio, you can develop PC code to monitor and orchestrate the activities of one or more Boe-Bot robots, all via Bluetooth wireless.

To learn more about the kit, free downloads, documentation and tutorials, check out the Boe-Bot Kit for Microsoft Robotics Studio product page.

To learn more about Microsoft Robotics Studio, go to the Microsoft Robotics Studio page.

The Boe-Bot Kit Microsoft Robotics Studio

This kit’s hardware includes our popular Boe-Bot robot full kit and the eb500 Bluetooth module, making it possible for the Boe-Bot robot to communicate with a PC’s Bluetooth radio. All the software you’ll use with the kit is available for free download, including the following:

  • The Parallax BASIC Stamp Editor
  • PBASIC example programs for the Boe-Bot robot
  • The latest Microsoft Robotics Studio Community Technical Preview (CTP) release
  • Microsoft programming languages such as Microsoft Visual C# and VB.Net.

The kit’s documentation and example code provide tutorials and demonstrations that use a Microsoft Robotics Studio “service” to control the Boe-Bot robot. They also demonstrate how to manipulate the Boe-Bot robot’s PBASIC and the PC’s C# code for PC programmed wireless Boe-Bot robot monitoring and control. After that, you’ll be ready to tackle Microsoft’s tutorials, which show how to leverage the Robotic Studio’s BASIC Stamp 2 services for PC navigation based on sensor inputs as well as GUI development.

Check out the Boe-Bot Kit for Microsoft Robotics Studio.
For additional assistance with the Robotics Studio hardware contact us.

About Microsoft Robotics Studio

Microsoft Robotics Studio provides an end-to-end robotics development environment for hobbyist, academic, and commercial robotic developers. Microsoft Robotics Studio is a Windows-based environment that offers the following key features and benefits:

    End-to-End Robotics Development Platform: Microsoft Robotics Studio enables developers to generate modular services for hardware and software, allowing users to interact with robots through Windows-based or Web interfaces. Developers can also simulate robotic applications using realistic 3D models with AGEIA™ PhysX™ Technology. AGEIA™ is a pioneer in hardware-accelerated physics, enabling real-world physics simulations with robot models. Simulations can be accelerated through hardware acceleration using the AGEIA™ PhysX™ processor (Available in PhysX™ Accelerator add-in cards for PCs).Lightweight services-oriented runtime: Microsoft Robotics Studio provides a lightweight service-oriented runtime. Using a .NET-based concurrency library, it makes asynchronous and distributed application development simple. The service-oriented message-based architecture makes it possible to realization of highly complex applications through the composition and orchestration of simpler services.

    Scalable and extensible platform: Microsoft Robotics Studio programming model can be applied for a variety of robot hardware platforms, enabling users to transfer their learning skills across platforms. Third-parties can also extend the functionality of the platform by providing additional libraries and services. Both remote (PC-based) and robot-based (autonomous) execution scenarios can be realized using a selection of programming languages, including those included in Microsoft Visual Studio and Microsoft Visual Studio Express languages (C# and VB.NET), as well as Jscript and Microsoft Iron Python as well as third-party languages that conform to its services-based architecture.

For additional assistance with the Robotics Studio software the Robotics Studio Newsgroup is an excellent source of information.

AGEIA and PhysX are trademarks of AGEIA Technologies Inc.

The ever-popular Boe-Bot Full Kit is a complete reprogrammable robot kit. The Robotics text includes 41 new activities for the Boe-Bot robot with structured PBASIC 2.5 source code support and bonus challenges with solutions in each chapter.

Starting with basic movement and proceeding to sensor-based projects, you will quickly learn how the Boe-Bot is expandable for many different robotic projects. No previous robotics, electronics or programming experience is necessary. Parallax offers the most complete, clear and interesting support for this kit. Over 90,000 Boe-Bot robots are in use by hobbyists, educators and students around the world, which provided lots of feedback for improvements to this popular kit along the way.

The Boe-Bot robot is built on a high-quality brushed aluminum chassis that provides a sturdy platform for the continuous rotation servo motors and BASIC Stamp module’s Board of Education carrier board. Many mounting holes and slots may be used to add custom robotic equipment. The rear wheel is a slider ball held in place with a cotter pin. Drive wheels are molded to fit precisely on the servo spline and held in place with a small screw.

What really makes the Boe-Bot unique is the BASIC Stamp microcontroller’s flexibility of programming when coupled with breadboard circuit construction. Following along in Robotics with the Boe-Bot, users quickly learn about embedded projects, from wiring and components to programming and mechanical dependencies. The kit includes a set of passive components (wires, resistors, capacitors), sensors (photoresistors, bumpers, infrared sensors) and hardware (whisker touch-sensor kit) to complete the different projects.

The Boe-Bot robot takes about 1-2 hours to put together, though each project in the Robotics text provides a unique new experience of wiring and source code tuning. Completing the entire set of projects takes 50 hours and is suitable for anybody over 12 years of age.

The Boe-Bot Robot Kit includes all hardware, body parts, and electronic components you will need to assemble and program the Boe-Bot. The Boe-Bot is basically a Board of Education with wheels, which allows you to build all I/O projects on the breadboard.

Une Présentation d’un Robot Incendie

http://docs.google.com/Present?docid=dcwrg78r_169fsgj27&fs=true

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