Lego Hacking: The GumBrix…

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Lego Hacking: The GumBrix…

Thumb F9Ecb286Fb9774D33197B8F87345B0Df-383Derek writes “The gumbrix came about because so many of my robot projects required the kind of rapid prototyping that Lego really excels at, yet required more in the way of control electronics than Lego was capable of. With a maximum of 3 motors and 3 sensors, the Mindstorms kit was not really capable of the more complicated control strategies that I was interested in.” [via] Link.

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