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Caleb Kraft
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cool idea, would love to see more
Caleb Kraft   1/13/2014 2:52:48 PM
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this seems like a really cool idea. I'm quite curious how it handles densely packed dust though. I'm positive that they've considered this, I'd just love to see what their results were!

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I can't wait
DrFPGA   1/16/2014 12:30:37 PM
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for the version where the bots work together to make ramps up cliffs, create bridges over dust ponds and other types of cooperative operations. Wow.

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