A look at Microsoft Robotics and Visual Programming Language (VPL)


As well as controlling robotics both for industrial as well as hobby use we also give you two ways to program them. The first choice is to use C# coding and the second choice is to use a more graphical way of coding using VPL. In this video Trevor Taylor from the Microsoft Robotics group talks about VPL and also shows a simulatde house environment from http://www.simplysim.net


 


John O'Donnell
Microsoft Dynamics ISV Architect Evangelist
Microsoft Corporation
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Comments (2)

  1. DengQi_Lego says:

    Mr Jodonnell,i need your help.  i am studying MRDS to control lego motor.when i set lego motor below 15 degrees,it didnt work.Do you know that ?please and thankyou very much.

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