Hi guys, I finally got the MSRS 2008 driver project for the SSC-32 functioning.So I can go to the service page and change servo values to move my arm. Starting MS Robotics Studio for the first time and getting something up and running is generally a daunting task.On September 22, 2014, as part of Microsoft's restructuring plan, the Robotics division of Microsoft Research was suspended, according to a tweet from Ashley Feniello, a principal developer at Microsoft Robotics division of MSR (Microsoft Research).It is now highly unlikely that MRDS will ever be updated again, however forum members (MVPs) may still offer limited support.More detailed information on changes is available in the Release Notes.Because there have been significant changes in how RDS 4 operates, you should read both of these pages.The following photo shows an early Reference Platform robot as well as a 3D model of another Reference Platform robot.
This technique involves using message-passing and a lightweight services-oriented runtime, DSS (Decentralized Software Services), which allows the orchestration of multiple services to achieve complex behaviors.
I have an SSC-32 on order and will test it with the...
As I've stated in my other post, I'm slowly (but surely! I have walking and all OUTPUT figured out, but my next step is dealing with input from sensors. Howdy, I've been a way for a while as you all could see. I got an email notification as someone replied to a thread I posted in so I went to check it out. Hello all, I've been working with Lynxmotion and Microsoft Robotics Studio for several weeks now.
The release of RDS 4 was held until after the release of Windows 8 Consumer Preview and Visual Studio 11 Beta so that RDS 4 could be tested for compatibility. However, these products are not officially supported by RDS because they are Beta versions and are subject to change before their final release.
This release introduces the concept of a Reference Platform.