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Cool robot and design challenge from Freescale

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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   5/5/2011 10:32:21 PM
If I had had access to something like this robot when I was at college or as a junior engineer, I would have been deliriously happy... Of course we couldn't have dreamed of something like this, remembering that when I was at college we captured our programs on decks of punched cards... How things have changed...

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