While SMART PARTS
is a great resource for everything related to Spybotics
there are many essential stops for the Spybotics
devotee. Below are links to these sites.
||Lego's official home for Spybotics. Information,
activities and support.
Lugnet Spybotics Forum
||Read or post questions and answers relating
to the world of Spybotics.
|Lugnet Robotics Forums
||Discussion forums on all manner of things robotic. With areas devoted to all varieties of LEGO programmable controllers.
||Dave Baum is the creator of NQC (Not Quite
C) a simple but powerful language for programming all LEGO programmable
controllers. Visit here for the latest version of NQC and documentation
of it's features.
||John Binder is the developer of the Brix Command
Centre. Providing a user freindly interface for those of us
who like to programme NQC and Mindscript from the comfort of
our own Windows.
|Spybotic Documentation Project
||Steven Coombs has started this project to document the nuts of bolts of the Spybotics PC.
||The official LEGO online shop. A place to
buy more Spybotics.
Bricks in my Pocket
||A site devoted to all things LEGO. Watch for
the regular cartoons even though they occassionally poke fun
|LEGO Mindstorms Homepage
||The official homepage for LEGO Mindstorms.
Sure it's not Spybotics. But considering the common code base
and common features in the programmable controllers. It's well
worth more than a passing look. THe support section is the home
of the Mindstorms SDK which devotes a couple of large pdf's
||MacNQC is an IDE (Integrated Development
Environment) for the NQC compiler which runs on Macintosh OS
7.5.1 up to MacOS X 10.3.2. It allows you to create, edit and
compile programs for the RCX in the NQC language. MacNQC
alsohas windows which allows you to interact with the RCX directly (control motors,
interrogate sensors etc.).
|Lego Mindstorms Webring
||Links to a flock (or is that a gaggle )of Mindstorm related websites.
Parts was born out of frustration at the lack of sites
devoted to quality information about Spybotics.
Hence we're always on the look out for more great sites relating
to Spybotics. So if you
find something good be sure to share.
Equally if you discover any fallen links please pass this
back for the good of the many.