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2010/11/14 Daniel Ajoy <da.ajoy@xxxxxxxxx>
> On Sun, 14 Nov 2010 03:41:45 -0500, Rotem Kimchi <rotemk2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> With your help I created a data (DB) base of commands but from that DB I
>> still need to translate the command into a binary code before I'll send him
>> using some complicated C or C++ code, and after that I need create a code
>> that will check if there are any new files to convert and send.
> You never told us what you wanted to do... What do you want to send? Where
> do you want to send it?
> Hi Daniel,
> I built a real robot and I want to control him using a robot that I built
> in Logo MicroWorld Pro in order to compare the performance between them.
> I want to send information about the actions that my logo robot did
> (detected a color, went through a maze...) to the real life robot in
> order to mimic the logo robot. In order to send the info i will use RF
> because I want to transmit to long distances and with low power(bluetooth)
> and with no need to be in direct visual sight of the robot (infrared)
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