Romo: “Legs” For Your Smartphone

Computers & Mobile Craft & Design Robotics
Romo:  “Legs” For Your Smartphone

Here’s an elegant idea: A treaded “tank” type platform for your smartphone, controlled via the headphone jack. All the software lives in the phone, and can be downloaded, installed, modified, and shared as apps. It’s the work of Peter Seid and Phu Nguyen at Seattle’s Romotive, Inc. Their already-funded Kickstarter is still ongoing. [via Engadget]

2 thoughts on “Romo: “Legs” For Your Smartphone

  1. mk b says:

    Sorry to kvetch, but we’ve been doing this for two years.

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