May 28, 2007

Bug fix in the blog!

When I saw my previous post I saw that it didn't show the whole "screen" of the YouTube video. So I edited the HTML and now it shows the whole screen of the YouTube video, this fix will be good to have for further posts with YouTube videos in them.


LEGO Autopilot is finally airborn!!

This is a fully automatic UAV built of LEGO's and is currently the only you can get your hands on for under $1000! Even though it took almost one (1) and a half (1/2)
monthe longer then they said to make it airborn, I love it. It has a compass sensor and an acceleration/tilt sensor from + a small camera with two (2) axis control (X, Y) using two micro servos controlled by a second RC remote. I have said it before and I say it again, this is one heck of an awsome UAV!


PS. Here is my previous post about this LEGO autopilot.

May 12, 2007


Hi! It has been a while since I made a post now so I thought I just could make one now when I actually have time for it. I am having three exams now in May. One in Norwegian, one in English and one in math. It's not the final exam like the ones we get in 10'th grade, it's some kind of "pre-exam" to prepare us to the final exam. I'm also busy making my own songs in a program called FL Studio.


May 5, 2007

New Contributer

Hello, I have been asked by Andy to come and join. (BTW, thanks!)

And although this may be a technic blog, I am mostly going to focus on the NXT.

well, a little about myself. . .
Unlike a lot of you guys, I just recently got into both legos and mindstorms. I had never owned a RCX, or even legos before I got the NXT.
The reason I was interested in the NXT, is because it had always been a want of mine to build my own robot. Well, I got it, and has had fun with it since!

My current project is top secret, but I can say that it "morphs" with the terrain.
In my free time (almost forgot the meaning of the word) I play a few sports, and flyings and modding RC's such as planes.