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For system requirements and the download link, choose a version below. It is recommended to use the latest stable release (marked with ).
|Version||Release date||Type||Major new features||All changes|
|4.00||20-Jul-2009||beta||Dramatically improved motor control (smooth starting and braking, better precision)
|3.00||17-Jul-2009||beta||Removed old motor commands, new syntax for motor class, removed BT auto connection for Linux||Changelog|
|2.04||17-Apr-2009||milestone||Direct command MessageRead, better HiTechnic Gyro sensor support||Changelog|
|2.03||23-Jan-2009||stable||Better motor control, motor class, bugfixes, more HiTechnic sensors||Changelog|
|2.02||12-Nov-2008||milestone||Better I²C performance, bugfixes||Changelog|
|2.01||27-Oct-2008||beta||Better motor control through embedded program on NXT, new motor objects||Changelog|
|2.00||25-Sep-2008||stable||USB, performance, multi-NXT, HiTechnic sensors, ultrasonic snapshot mode||Changelog|
|2.00beta||17-Jul-2008||beta||Preview introducing USB connections, better performance||Changelog|
|1.00||24-Jan-2008||stable||Initial release, Bluetooth only, well tested||Changelog|
View the full release notes & version history (also available in section "Release Notes" inside MATLAB on the Toolbox help page).
Browse all releases
You can browse the files of all our releases online using the repository browser.
SVN Repository Checkout
For developing the RWTH - Mindstorms NXT Toolbox the usage of the SVN repository and its revision management system is recommended. To check out and update the RWTH - Mindstorms NXT Toolbox repository to your local hard drive a SVN client has to be installed on your system. Under Windows we recommend the TortoiseSVN Client. A short tutorial how you can check out the toolbox is given on First steps with SVN.
The SVN repository server is located at http://www.mindstorms.rwth-aachen.de/subversion
All files can be checked out and updated without limitations. But for full access permissions to the SSL-secured SVN repository you have to be a registered developer (register/login) first.
For the according installation guide see the file README.txt included with your toolbox download, or choose the appropriate version page from the Version Index above.
In these archives you can find stand-alone applications of the toolbox-demos, that run without MATLAB installed. They can be used for diagnostic purposes, even when classic LEGO Mindstorms NXT programs (.rxe) are executing on the NXT brick at the same time. The demos require a working Bluetooth connection, read the included README.txt file or see the installation guide on this site how to edit the bluetooth.ini file to get the demos working.
At the moment the only supported operating system is Windows.
(Archive includes MATLAB Component Runtime which has to be installed)
(Requires installed version of MATLAB Component Runtime which is not included)
You can also find the examples of our toolbox at MATLAB Central, an open exchange for the MathWorks MATLAB and Simulink user community.
They are categorized under File Exchange - Production Code - ''RWTH - Mindstorms NXT Toolbox'' (http://www.mathworks.com/rwth_nxt) .
The RWTH - Mindstorms NXT Toolbox is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
The RWTH - Mindstorms NXT Toolbox is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.