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DIY toy car Drone Featured at World Maker Faire

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This toy car kit, which the creators call the RoboTech SuperCar, will be demonstrated at World Maker Faire next month. It’s Arduino powered with RGB LED headlights and tail lights, an ultrasonic sensor, and a 24-pin RC bus that interfaces with RasPi, Teensy, or any other microcontroller. It can operate in RC mode or autonomously. Sounds like the perfect platform for anyone looking for an open source RC or autonomous car, and a fun way to learn electronics.

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