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  • jkabtech 12:17 pm on July 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Evolution, , Soccer   

    How to Add Official Team Kits in Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 

    PES 2016 is a strong entry in the Pro Evolution Soccer series. What’s missing though, is the licensed players that fill up your roster in FIFA 2016. However, this can be fixed without too much sweat, as you can add official kits as well as badges and emblems to the game quite easily, although this method is limited to the PS3 and PS4 – Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Xbox One do not support this feature.

    Before you get started you’ll need a USB drive formatted in FAT32 or exFAT, and the aforementioned kits, which you can download at PES World, a fan site for the game. We tested this guide is with the PS4 version of the game.

    1. On a USB drive, create a folder labelled WEPES.

    2. Copy all the files you downloaded in the WEPES folder.

    3. Plug your USB drive into the PS4. Switch on PES 2016. Select the Edit Mode.

    4. In Edit Mode, select import images and copy files from the USB.

    (Also see: Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 Review: It’s Fast but Is It Fantastic?)

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  • jkabtech 4:17 am on October 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Inspired, Mindstorms, , Soccer   

    Mindstorms Soccer Robot Inspired by Real Soccer Robot 

    , a 17-year-old robot fan from the Nertherlands, had an opportunity to watch a RoboCup soccer match played by autonomous robots, and was inspired to create his own Mindstorms version of the robot for a school project.

    The robot he created is around 80 cm in diameter and is controlled by four daisy-chained EV bricks. There are nine large motors for controlling the wheels, two more large motors for grabbing the ball, and two medium motors for the ball-shooting mechanism. It uses a Pixycam for ball detection, and it can identify and move toward the ball so long as it’s within 2.5 m. A gyro sensor determines the robot’s rotational direction.

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