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My work so far has focused on techniques to getting robots to work reliably. For example, I have been building a variety of platforms to try different robot experiments on, with varying degrees of success.

I have also been working on small projects to explore the possibilities that the LEGO rotation sensors provide. You can do a lot of cool things with two rotation sensors.

I believe that once you understand the basic techniques you can build more advanced and successful models!

I've listed some books on the right hand side of the page. All of these books are excellent resources for the budding LEGO builder. I would highly recommend any one of them if you are getting started with Mindstorms. Please click on the links to read reviews and purchase the books on Amazon. Thanks!

Building Robots With Lego Mindstorms
Mario has written an excellent book on advanced building techniques using Mindstorms.
Extreme Mindstorms: an Advanced Guide to LEGO Mindstorms
A more advanced programming guide: covers BrickOS and pbForth and NQC.
Dave Baum's Definitive Guide to LEGO Mindstorms
One of the first good LEGO Mindstorms books. Well worth a read.
Joe Nagata's Lego Mindstorms Idea Book
Wow - someday I want to be able to build LEGO like this!
LEGO Mindstorms Interfacing
How to interface your RCX to the outside world with sensors and actuators.

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