I see.I thought that I could write a Ruby procedure with specific directivesto control the robot. Then the procedure would be downloaded "into"the robot for its execution.I watched a TV demo of the Lego Robot where directives whereprogrammed and loaded into the Robot. Things such as: "When hittingand object, go on reverse" and more were used.
I guess I need to read the doc.
Thank you
On 7/10/05, Shashank Date <shanko_date / yahoo.com> wrote:> HI Victor,> > --- Victor Reyes <victor.reyes / gmail.com> wrote:> > > Thank you Daz, I needed That!> >> > On 7/10/05, daz <dooby / d10.karoo.co.uk> wrote:> > >> > > Victor Reyes forgot to Google "Lego Ruby" and asked:> > > >> > > > Do anyone knows if there is a Ruby API to program the Lego robots?> > >> > > http://rubyforge.org/projects/lego-mindstorms/> > Please note that it is Windows based API to CONTROL the robots,> not PROGRAM the robots.> > -- shanko> > > > > > ____________________________________________________> Sell on Yahoo! Auctions no fees. Bid on great items.> http://auctions.yahoo.com/> >