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LEGO Mindstorms NXT User Guide that came with your NXT kit for installation instructions and steps on how to perform basic steps such as creating new programs, saving programs, and other items. You will create and save your programs (just like you save a drawing or an essay on your computer) and then connect your NXT robot to the computer. When your NXT robot is connected, you will be able to upload one or more programs to your robot and run (execute) them.
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NXT-G is the programming software of choice for the NXT robotics kit. Unfortunately, users are currently faced with a confusing assortment of NXT-G versions. Let me try and clear it up a bit. Right now, there are two varieties of the Mindstorms NXT-G robotics kit. The first is what is typically referred to as the Retail version. This is the version of the robotics kit that you purchase from stores or directly from LEGO (www.lego.com). The second variety is typically referred to as the Education version. This version of the robotics kit is purchased directly from LEGO Education (legoeducation.us). First, you need to be aware that the Retail and Education versions of the robotics kit come with different inventories. They have a lot of parts in common (such as motors, sensors, and the Brick the brains of the NXT) but they also have some differences. To make it even more confusing, the first Retail version (released in 2006) doesn t have Version 1.0 on the box, but the second Retail version (released in 2009) does have 2.0 on the box. Currently, there is only one version of the Education kit. To make things even more confusing, there are two versions of NXT-G for both the Retail and Education kits. For retail kits, there is version 1.0 and version 2.0 of NXT-G. For education kits, there is also a version 1.0 and version 2.0 but, believe it or not, the Education versions (both 1.0 and 2.0) of the software are slightly different than their respective retail versions! It s crazy! However, don t stress about this. I estimate that 90 percent or more of each version of the NXT-G programming software is identical. I ll do my best in this book to point out when something is different between versions, but overall you re going to find that most of the functionality of the software remains the same from version to version.
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If you re not sure which version you have, take a look at Figures 1-2 to 1-4. Figure 1-2 shows the 1.0 retail version (with the Robo Center); Figure 1-3 shows the education version (1.0 and 2.0 look identical with Robo Educator but there are some slight differences); and, Figure 1-4 shows the 2.0 retail version (with completely different Robo Center robot projects). Again, don t stress too much over the version you own. There are differences, but for the purposes of this book, over 90 percent of the tools are identical.
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Figure 1-2. NXT-G retail version 1.0 comes with Robo Center.
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Figure 1-3. NXT-G education versions 1.0 and 2.0 comes with Robo Educator.
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Figure 1-4. NXT-G retail version 2.0 comes with different Robo Center projects. The NXT-G Programming Software is fun to use; feel free to play around with it. The best part about NXT-G is that much of it is extremely easy to figure out on your own. You ll find sample programs as well as some exercises for you to try on your own in most of the upcoming chapters. If you re ready to start learning how to create some awesome programs and get some hands-on training, turn to 2. The chapter is going to help you figure out what you want your robot to do. Go and experiment a little with NXT-G. I ll see you in 2.
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