What if you could help cure cancer while listening to music, watching a video, or checking your emails? What if you could accelerate research with no investment of time or
The Climate World Summit COP 21 is taking place in Paris. Governments from all countries are discussing policies to deal with the global warming. While we can expect a new
A new release of the OpenWrt-Yún (the Linux distribution for the Arduino Yún) is out. So, you probably want to upgrade your Yún board to benefit from the latest fixes
Usually, we issue a Virtual Machine (VM) with ROS preinstalled for each ROS release. This time, we decided to issue two VMs for ROS Indigo: a 32 bits version and
Part 1: Mechanical Design Basics. Part 2: Balancing the Elevator. Part 3: Electronics (optocoupler, H-Bridge, and more). Part 4 (current): Software to control the Arduino. In this last part, we
It is no scoop that Smartphones are attractive for robotics. They gather in a small case a display, wireless for communication, computing capabilities, and a bunch of sensors. That’s cool!
In this tutorial, we will be talking about ROS namespaces which allow to combine nodes in ways unplanned by developers. This is actually what all ROS is about: allow building
UPDATE: You might want to use a more recent version of ROS: Hydro Medusa (released on September 2013). See the
When designing a robot, choosing the right shape can have tremendous impact on the robot controller. This idea has been
UPDATE: ROS Fuerte was released on April 2012. You might want use a more recent version of ROS: ROS Hydro
Today, we describe how to use ROS Fuerte over the network and have a couple of ROS nodes running on
UPDATE: Instead of installing ROS, you can simply download the VirtualBox virtual machine that we provide, so you can start
Although ROS stands for “Robot Operating System”, it is not an operating system. At least not as intended when talking
In this post, we’ll be reviewing Qumana 3.2.4. This blogging software is an exception compared to others we reviewed so far in
MarsEdit developed by red sweater is a commercial software which license costs $40 approx. We’ll be reviewing here MarsEdit version 3.4.2
Technically, MacJournal is not a blogging software. Or, we should rather say that it is more than that.
In this 3rd part of our series on blog post editors for Mac OSX , we will review ecto 3.0 by illumineX a software company that has also made iBlogger , a blogging software for the iPhone.
…The URL of a new link is preset with the clipboard content if it your last copy or cut action was on a website address. … Although changing the URL or the title of a link is done through the very same window used for inserting links, it has to be brought back using a right click menu instead of the button used for link insertion.
Blogo is a commercial blog post editor by brainjuice. The license costs $25, but you can give it a try