use-revolution Digest, Vol 5, Issue 123
mpetrides at earthlink.net
Sat Mar 6 20:48:16 CST 2004
>>>>And there is something wrong with that?
Chill, please... I think he was just stating that he had heard there
was Mac educational software to drive the Mindstorms. Didn't sound
like any value judgment was attached--at least not to me.
And thanks for the info about Robolab--I wasn't aware of it. Do you
know where it is available and whether it runs in OS X?
On Mar 6, 2004, at 9:38 PM, Bruce Robertson wrote:
>> What I want to know is Lego Mindstorms controllable via
>> I think it is in the serial realm.......
>> I know there is a Mac version out there last time I searched. I think
>> it was an educational version.
> And there is something wrong with that?
> The "educational" version is Robolab by National Instruments. It is
> based on
> their very powerful Labview software. Robolab has several different
> levels, and is quite powerful and sophisticated at the upper levels.
> It is
> also cross platform, which the toy software is not.
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