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The Professional MRDS project is the most up-to-date repository for the source code examples from the book "Professional Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio". These C# and VPL samples can be used by novices through to advanced programmers to learn about robotics using RDS.
This project provides encapsulation of standard OpenCV routines to allow them to be used as services in Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio. The services utilize the EMGU C# wrapper for the OpenCV libraries. The EMGU version is wrapped to provide standard services in RDS
This project covers material for teaching software engineering as applied to robotics. This involves 14 lectures on sw engr and its use in robotics and material related to use of the sw engr with Microsoft Robotics Studio
The CoroBot is a PC-class robot by CoroWare, Inc. This project contains the Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio drivers for this hardware, as well as a simulated robot for the Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio simulator.
This is a Microsoft Robotics Studio DSS service used to communicate with XBee devices. It is able to send messages to remote end devices and receive data samples from them. It is built on top of the Grommet library.
The X10ABOT robotics architecture is an extensible, modular, scalable and hopefully inexpensive robotics hardware and software architecture which is built with support for the LEGO Mindstorms NXT firmware
Mobile Robotics is a java project developing wireless communication using bluetooth between a hand-held (palm, cellular phone) to a Lego Mindstorm device. We intend to bypass the limitations of the IR tower creating a truly wireless mindstorm.
Artoo is a micro-framework for robotics using Ruby.
It provides a simple, yet powerful Domain-Specific Language (DSL) for robotics and physical computing. It provides next generation robotics framework with
support for 15 different platforms. Artoo includes a RESTful API to query the status of any robot running within a group, including the connection and device status, and device streaming data via websockets.