Mostrando entradas de diciembre, 2017

Blockly Visual programming

Hi guys, we are working in develop Kospr server, the Kospr client library is already, in this process of Kospr development we think about how It can will be used by every people, and we were looking about scratch and visual programming, and we found Blockly, It's relativelly new, but is very robust and powerful tool, we did develop this short basic configuration with a javascript interpreter and real time code visualizer and one custom block ("lenght of"), obvious is very basic, but can help to others to init a Blockly project, this is the video: Source: GitHub Our idea is make a project that apply for educations and It contribution in break the distance between people and technology.

Library test with cli NPM

Hi guys, we has working in library develop to communication between "brain" and nodes , for It we decided to make a example to understand how to make a library practical and robust, we development this library, is a calculator function, but the most important of It is the ".bin" function, when you install this library on your terminal can run owner commands. You don't believe that this is all, not, we already have developed the library to end-node communicate with "brain" in both senses, this lib is called Kospr Cli, now, with ".bin" mode to develop learned we will go to work in develop the brain base system, we are very happy for this advances. For the last, the NRF24L01P communication continous yet with us, only that we will goes to generate a "drive" for severals communications technologies :) Greetings! ​ ​GitHub ​ ​ |  NPM Module ​​

Kibitech | Modules NRF24L01P Bidirectional test #PersonalRobot

Code: GitHub Video: YouTube Hi Guys, this is the second video about Kibitech advance, in this video I show the bidirectional communication over NRF24L01P modules with Arduino, then of this successful test, we goes to work in Raspberry - Arduino communication, our goal is to have the "Toggle LED" or "Hello World" with this testings. The next week Jon our electronic engineer will go to working in PCB design for prototype version, initially we think  to start for hands, but we want to make a solid "nervous system" before than a one function system. Other important info about us advance is that our blog is near to get 1.000 visitors and our Hackaday project now have 34 followers, 4 Likes and 364 views, is nothing bad for us, we are really happy for It.