DSP Robotics

DSP Robotics creator of the FlowStone graphical Digital Signal Processing (DSP) software. Used for Robotics, Test and Measurement, PID Control, DSP, Education, View Lab experiments, and embedded systems.

Friday, 20 May 2016

FlowStone Workshops go online..

We have been writing FlowStone workshops covering interfacing fo hardware for Robot Magazine for a number of years now, these are now avaliable online:



Sunday, 8 March 2015

FlowPaw on BBC TV

FlowPaw was on the BBC today!

Featured on the CBBC kids science program Technobabble (episode 19 – Computing):


Watch on the BBC iPlayer @ 7.00mins : here

Sunday, 22 February 2015

FlowPaw @ Embedded World in Germany..

Come and see FlowPaw & FlowStone in action at the Embedded World show in Germany this coming week. We will be showing FlowPaw on the ST Micro and Conrad stands. Come and meet CEO Carl Owen and say hello..



Friday, 12 December 2014

Micro Mart Magazine FlowPaw Review

Here's a FlowPaw review from Micro Mart Magazine:


Tuesday, 18 November 2014

FlowPaw is 100% funded!

Fantastic news the FlowPaw kit from DSPRobotics get 100% funded on KickStarter:



Friday, 14 November 2014

First 100 Production FlowPaws ready to go:

6 days left on the KickStarter: http://kck.st/1sMebqo

Get in quick and make a pledge..

Monday, 3 November 2014

FlowPaw at the National STEM centre Pi Jam/Hackathon

FlowPaw was one of the main features at the Raspberry Pi Jam/Hackathon at the National STEM center in York on Saturday. Carl Owen CEO of DSPRobotics did a 'Big Talk' on FlowPaw & FlowStone in the main lecture theater as well as demoing FlowPaw connected to FlowStone and the Raspberry Pi in the demo area.

 It was a very busy day with hundreds of people in attendance and FlowPaw was a big hit with people literally queuing all day to get a closer look!

We had the new FlowPaw Bluetooth wireless Rover whizzing around he floor avoiding obstacles controlled from FlowStone, FlowPaw controlling an robot Arm from LynxMotion via Raspberry Pi using a Python Script. A cool Pan-Tilt Webcam controlled via the servo outs with the webcam video displayed in FlowStone, even a software musical synthesizer controlled from the proximity and accelerometer sensors and a DMX disco light!

People were amazed how easy it was to program in FlowStone!