Feb 27, 2006

There's just not much activity on the NXT front...

When it comes to videos and pictures, I think the supply has pretty much been exhausted. With the exceptions of the CES 2006 (Jan) and the New York International Toy Fair 2006 (Feb), there doesn't seem to be any other demonstrations of Mindstorms NXT in a public setting. The Education NXT blog still seems to be posting some semi-regular information, but the official site hasn't had anything new since the Feb 12 announcement.

"The NXT Step" blog will be 'on vacation' from March 4th to March 12th. Please note that I will be turning on the "Moderate Comments" feature to prevent any abuses. I'll review any comments received on March 13th.

I've received numerous personal emails regarding my blog - thank you for the compliments. I hope to continue to provide news and information on NXT as it comes.

Jim

12 comments:

Vaibhav said...

Hi, this is a great blog. Do you know anyone who got selected amongst the 100 people for the developer program? Any news at all from these guys is welcome.

I am from India, and robotics is not that big around here, so I don't have anyone I can communicate with regarding this :)

Thanks

Vaibhav said...

Hi, this is a great blog. Do you know anyone who got selected amongst the 100 people for the developer program? Any news at all from these guys is welcome.

I am from India, and robotics is not that big around here, so I don't have anyone I can communicate with regarding this :)

Thanks

Vaibhav said...

Hi, this is a great blog. Do you know anyone who got selected amongst the 100 people for the developer program? Any news at all from these guys is welcome.

I am from India, and robotics is not that big around here, so I don't have anyone I can communicate with regarding this :)

Thanks

Filip said...

Enjoy your holiday!

Filip
bNXT.com

Koshdukai Yordarth said...

Happy Holiday, Jim !


Vaibhav, you should consider joining the LUGNET Robotics community then :)

...which, btw, is the original feed that crynwr.com mailling-list was/is a mirror, that, in turn, nable.com mirrors.

Koshdukai Yordarth said...
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Leonard said...

Results are out

Leonard

Jim Kelly said...

Leonard,

Where was the announcement made?

Jim

William Cox said...

The guy at Blogcadre said he got an email:

http://www.blogcadre.com/blog/jason_striegel/lego_chooses_minstorms_nxt_pioneers_8900_fans_in_tears_2006_02_28_07_38_42


Fake?

Jim Kelly said...

9000 applications???!!! Unreal...

As for being fake... I don't know. But that link he provided for signing up for the pre-order sure looks real.

9000 applications???????

Jim

Vaibhav said...

Thanks Koshdukai for the advice. I will check it out later.

Naveen Keeri said...

Hi Guys... am a VLSI Backend Engineer... Am very much interested in robotics... Am from India.. i suggest want to start of with Lego NXT and some books related to that... i just want to have an opinion ....Thanks :-)

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