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  • Jorge Pereira
    Jorge Pereira posted a new video:
    2:23
    SBrick Toolkit for Linux: Record and Play
    Remember the LEGO Technic Control Center? Now you can record and play your own LEGO automations with a big bonus: since you keep it in a file you can be a SBrick Jockey and edit it (cut, copy, mix, loop) and share with others.
    • February 21, 2015
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    • Jorge Pereira
      Mihai Dreve Jorge strikes again! Mindstorms capability, now for PF, all thanks to the sBrick
      • February 23, 2015
  • Jorge Pereira
    Jorge Pereira posted a new video:
    1:51
    SBrick Stress Test Tool v0.50
    With a big help from another SBrick user I can now present you a much mature version of this python tool for Linux. All source code available at https://github.com/JorgePe/SBrick-Stress-Test
    • February 18, 2015
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    • Jorge Pereira
      Lénárd Pásztor Hi, this is awesome! Did you created a wiki page for it?
      • February 19, 2015
    • Jorge Pereira
      Jorge Pereira Nop. I did created a link at the end of the actual wiki page (Developers Area > Linux Client Scripts). The wiki is a bit unsorted/chaotic but if you want I can add a wiki page just for it.
      We are still improving the tool (I hope to implement Quick...  more
  • Jorge Pereira
    Jorge Pereira posted a new video:
    4:05
    SBrick Stress Test Tool v0.1
    SBrick firmware allows reading temperature and voltage. My tool (simillar to the 'Test2 profile' from the SBrick App) was written in Python after reading the protocol at the wiki. It allows to read those values while controlling each port. With a 11.1V ...
    • February 8, 2015
    • Jorge Pereira
      Jorge Pereira i have to apologize... one SBrick was harmed in the making of this film.
      Today I noticed that the Ground plug of my DIY PF-battery was showing some wires - the plastic of the plug melted around the screw connection as also the isolation of the wires. I...  more
    • Jorge Pereira
      Fernando Correia All in the name of science!
      It was a brave SBrick. RIP!
      • February 9, 2015
    • Jorge Pereira
      Jorge Pereira Oh no, it's still alive and kicking. Just the power plug was afected and not much. This brave SBrick is now driving two 9V RC motors and pulling 4 Kg of groceries around my kitchen floor. All in the name of science, of course
    • Jorge Pereira
      Jorge Pereira http://youtu.be/EXusoyo8QAs