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Introducing REX: The Brain for Robots
1/3/2014

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Kartik Tiwari (left) and Mike Lewis (right).
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anon6115182
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Re: Spoiled for choice
anon6115182   1/8/2014 12:57:17 PM
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Looks interesting,

BUT sorting out using RaspberryPi with XMOS is also interesting as this XMOS chip is a very versatile Quad core. with multiple uses.

I wish them well.

krisi
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Re: Spoiled for choice
krisi   1/3/2014 1:28:06 PM
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Pretty cool small robot control platform...good luck with Kickstarter campaign!

Max The Magnificent
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Spoiled for choice
Max The Magnificent   1/3/2014 1:11:02 PM
I'm already heavily invested in my Arduino-based robot platform, but REX dores look so tasty ... maybe I'll tweak my platform in such a way that I can swap in and out different controllers...

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