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  • Blog Post: Presenting Microsoft's new Robotics Reference platform (EDDIE) at Maker Faire New York (Sept 17/18)

    Over the last few years Microsoft has developed a Robotics platform that could target a number of robots starting with everything from hobbyist grade robots up to industrial robots. A common question with our platform has always been can my robotic solution run directly on the robot? In the case of hobbyist...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Kinect services for Microsoft Robotics RDS 2008 R3

    Trevor Taylor, Program Manager in the Microsoft Robotics team walks us through the features of the latest Kinect Services for RDS toolkit . Demonstrating support for the Kinect camera via Kinect for Windows SDK . Also be sure to check out this blog post for an update on all things Microsoft Robotics...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Research Releases New SDK Connects Kinect to Robots

    A new SDK from Microsoft Research can help you write code to connect Kinect to robots. The Kinect Services for Robotics Developer Studio (RDS) provides sample services that use the Kinect for Windows SDK to allow access to the Depth and RGB data from a Kinect sensor. In addition to a service for a real...
  • Blog Post: New Video - Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio, Cars and Home Automation with Stacy Harris and John Mullinax

    Video Link - http://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/jodonnell/Microsoft-Robotics-Developer-Studio-Cars-and-Home-Automation-with-Stacy-Harris-and-John-Mullinax Robotic technologies can be applied to many aspects of our lives including some that may not seem as obvious. We have all seen scifi movies where there...
  • Blog Post: New Video- Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio update with Trevor Taylor

    Video Link - http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/jodonnell/Microsoft-Robotics-Developer-Studio-update-with-Trevor-Taylor/ With the launch of the new R3 version of Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio I sat down to talk about the product with Trevor Taylor, Program Manager with the Microsoft Robotics product...
  • Blog Post: Robotics Studio is Now Free

    Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio 2008 R3 is now a freely available .NET-based programming environment for building robotics applications. Whether you're a hobbyist, academic or commercial customer, or just curious about developing robotics applications, Microsoft RDS 2008 R3 gives you everything...
  • Blog Post: Robotics Developer Studio Updated

    Robotics Developer Studio has been updated and offers DSS Log Analyzer, new simulation sensors, and tutorials. For a list of the new features, please see What’s New . The Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio 2008 R2 (Microsoft RDS) is a Windows-based environment for academic, hobbyist, and commercial...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Robotics - On to Mars!

    If you attended PDC2008 recently you could not have missed that NASA was there along with guys from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) to talk about the great work they do. The tie-in of course if that we recently launched the next challenge at http://www.robochamps.com . This series of challenges gives...
  • Blog Post: Danger, Will Robinson! - What is happening at Microsoft with Robotics?

    Growing up it was easy to believe that by now robots would be doing all the tasks around the house that are dull and boring such as cleaning for floors or washing the dishes. While we got some way to this goal with the launch of the iRobot Roomba there is still a long way to go before we see anything...
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