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As it just so happens, I'm physically in possession of an English Vision Command CD. I've uploaded the iso here: https://www.mediafire.com/?xo6xfjvnbzaaf7u I didn't upload and post it in that other question you mentioned since I wasn't aware none of the Vision Command ones were English, but I've also updated the answer in that other question with this link ...


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I found this page: http://riskonomics.blogspot.com/2009/06/lego-vision-command-camera-drivers.html The author says that he was able to get the camera to work with a Logitech Webcam driver is730enu.exe (which is linked on that page). From the sound of it, the original driver wouldn't do you any good anyway unless you are still running Windows XP.


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You can use any version of the original Robotics Instruction Set (RIS) with this brick: 1.0, 1.5, or 2.0. There is also one release of software from LEGO Education that was the last that supported the RCX brick, but I don't know much about that. Any of these will work with the brick you have. These releases are Windows only, AFAIK. If you don't run Windows, ...


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For the RCX devices, if you want to use the RIS or RoboLab software on OS X, your best solution is to see if a VM image running Windows gives you what you want. The main problem will be accessing IR Tower: the Mac doesn't have a COM port without a serial dongle (which could be had for cheap, but they can be a pain to use). And a USB Tower (if you have them) ...


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I am currently maintaining my own fork of NQC for use on OpenBSD and OS X. As you have discovered, the recent compiler changes on OS X broke NQC in many places. Not to mention that the USB tower integration was pretty outdated. If you can compile it, it should work better than the ports version. AFAIK, I am now the de facto maintainer for NQC. (And may ...



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