azhepcat wrote:What I'm trying to do is just trigger a camera shutter. I didn't mention that because I didn't want to base my decision on one specific task. I have very little electronics background which is pushing me toward the experimenters kit, although someone said in another thread that they didn't really learn much from doing the examples. Go figure.
How about the NXT-G blocks? Any differences between the two? Is one easier to use or more versatile than the other?
mattallen37 wrote:If you want to learn basic electronics, then you should get a lab, not the HT experimenters kit. Since you don't seem to know all that much about analog electronics and such, then you really need to learn more about them before attempting to interface them with the NXT.
It was a long time of building circuits (I had built flashers, dice, games, and tons more) before I connected any of my own home brewed stuff with my RCX's (I didn't have an NXT at the time). You really need to know what you are doing before attempting to do too much with NXT interfacing.
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