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Possible configuration with one EV3 Brick with both EV3 and NXT accessories.

EV3 and NXT: Difference and Compatibility

Since the launch of LEGO MINDSTORMS in 1998, three generations of MINDSTORMS products have been on the market: 1998: LEGO MINDSTORMS (RCX) 2006: LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT 2013: LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Several LEGO sets have been released for each generation, but the Programmable Brick (Figure 1) is what makes each generation unique. Here’s an incomplete list...

Customizable Line Following Tracks that you can print yourself

Want to put your line following skills to the test? Whether you use LEGO MINDSTORMS, Arduino, or any other robotics platform, I’ve made it easy for you to do just that. You can now easily make your own line following tracks by just printing a set of standard tiles. It’s all free, so go ahead...

List of NXT Compatible Bluetooth Dongles

I originally posted this list to the NXT Step, but I’m posting here to make it easier to find. Updates will be posted to this page on Robot Square only. This page is a list of Bluetooth Dongles that are confirmed to be compatible with the NXT. Contributions were made to NXT owners from around...

Tutorial: Understanding the difference between NXT set versions

LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT sets come in three different versions, which can be confusing at times. What are the differences, what do the sets have in common? How about NXT versions and NXT books? This article should answer these questions. If you don’t want to read the whole article, here’s the most important stuff — Later...


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