There’s a lot more we can do with Bricktronics! Here are a few things we’ve got planned:
- Improve on the stock NXT color sensor calibration
- Make an example using the calibrated RGB values for the color sensor
- Make an example for PIDMotor
- Look into integrating the Arduino PID library as a replacement for the PID implementation to replace the “classroom” implementation
- Get some of the LEGO sensors not included in the NXT 2.0 set, like sound or temperature. Integrate them into the library and make examples.
- Show how to integrate “standard” sensors into Bricktronics
- Show how to make your own boards defintion
- Update the library so all functions are named according to Arduino style, with stubs for the current names for reverse compatibility
- Update the library so that we’re more consistent with return types, and document the “internal” functions
- Create a classroom guide
- Make demo projects that include building instructions, and use only the pieces in the Mindstorm NXT set
If there’s something on this list you’re really excited about, let us know! We may have it ready but not polished for public consumption yet, or your forum post might be what promotes it to the top of the list!
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