Free VEX Coding Studio Youtube Webinars

Ready to transition your coding skills to VEX Coding Studio? Carnegie Mellon University is hosting a free, four week webinar series detailing everything you’ll need to know to transition from RobotC!

Be sure to tune in to Carnegie Mellon’s YouTube stream (almost) every Thursday, from September 13th to October 11th for your introduction to VEX Coding Studio. We’ll cover topics such as updating firmware, configuring motors and sensors, and programming with VEX C++ and Modkit. If you have any additional topics that you want covered on-air, be sure to ask beforehand on Twitter @CMUCMRA !

To set your YouTube reminders or to see a detailed weekly outine of these webinars, visit the Carnegie Mellon University Website.

Johnny Chunge Lee´s HMI Projects

Prof. Johnny Chunge Lee is a researcher and currently working for „Microsoft – Applied Sciences“ in Redmond. He has a Ph.D. in Human-Computer Interaction gained at the Carnegie Mellon University on his thesis „Projector-Based Location Discovery and Tracking“ [website].

On his website he has some great projects related to HMI that could also be helpful in robotics.

So for example his experiments on the usage of the WII controlers,

or his projects on Projector Calibration and RFID usage.