.NET Gadgeteer Robot (blog link)

You’ve probably heard about the .NET Gadgeteer kit (link to Microsoft Gadgeteer site – and link to Microsoft Research Gadgeteer site) which gives the ability to rapidly develop cool/interesting hardware/software solutions without needing to know much about hardware – building a simple digital camera that takes photos and stores the images on a USB stick is less than five minutes work (both hardware and software), there’s a set of interesting (and growing) hardware devices that can be added to the base board that could make for some really interesting projects.

Here’s a link to a blog that shows a .NET Gadgeteer based robot – cool! (scroll down the blog page for more .NET Gadgeteer goodness).

- Mike

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  1. Leonardo Valente says:

    Mike, nice to see finally someone that writes about xpe!

    I know you are not in tech support, but i´d be thankful if you give me a hint.

    I have a samsung monitor with XPe SP2 that is driving me crazy triyng to install a usb tv card, with error 39 in drivers all time, no matter the brand of the card.

    Is there anyway that a medium user like me can perform an upgrade to see if it works? Samsung has little or no support for this issues.

    Thank you!

    Leonardo from Argentina.

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