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Max The Magnificent
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re: Latest Freescale wireless robot can walk, dance, and teach sensor programming
Max The Magnificent   3/26/2012 3:10:51 PM
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If you are attending DESIGN West, be sure to visit the folks at Freescale and see this robot in action

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re: Latest Freescale wireless robot can walk, dance, and teach sensor programming
Max The Magnificent   3/26/2012 3:08:57 PM
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This really is a tasty little beast. Even without powering it up, just moving the limbs gives you a feel for how well made it is -- I cannot wait to connect it to my PC and start programming it using the StickOS, which I understand is a form of BASIC.



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