Archive for June 3rd 2014

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MIT Created an Extra Set of Shoulder-Mounted Robot Arms
They're not going to turn you into a Doctor Octopus-like super villain, but the next time you're trying to open a door with your arms full, you'll see the value in this extra set of shoulder-worn robot arms being developed at MIT.
Plain - Naughty Ball Remote Self-adaptive Visual Sensing and Fuzzy Control in Comprehensive Environment - Contact Information University: Tsinghua University Team Members (with year of graduation): LIU Youda, LIN Kuicheng, DAI Yixiang, TAN Yuqi Faculty
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EXAMPLE - Retain Values in a Custom Step Type in .NET - Overview   Sometimes it is nessicary to save the previous expression that was saved in the Expression box. You can do this using a custom step type and an Edit substep with a code module that u
Can someone provide a simple demo how to use Last Ack Messages?
Building libsndfile for the cRio
Plain - Mark Balla ATM Solution LV2013 - This my submissions for the 2014 ATM challenge for LV 2013. It contains 2 different solutions.   The first is a single stand-alone state machine using several of the techniques that I have evolved over the ye
EXAMPLE - Change File Names in a directory with DIAdem - Overview   This script uses the Environment Variables provided by DIAdem to change the names of the files in the path.   Description   This script uses the datafilerename function
EXAMPLE - Display the TestStand Expression Browser Dialog Box from a .NET Custom Step Type - Overview   This example uses the TestStand API in .NET to create a pop-up error box for a custom step in an expression edit box. When you click the Dialog b