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LEGO NXT robot controlled with an eZ430 Chronos

Posted on Tuesday, February 28th, 2012 in wireless by DP

Here is a video of a LEGO NXT robot controlled via TI’s eZ430 Chronos watch. Unfortunately no further information is available.

Via 430h.

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One Response to “LEGO NXT robot controlled with an eZ430 Chronos”

  1. ecu-1 says:

    The answer is in the comments section. They seem to be using a Beagleboard.

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