Home [Video] Nokia N9 Used To Control Robot

[Video] Nokia N9 Used To Control Robot

Three brilliant students from University of Tartu, Estonia have managed to create a robot based on the Nokia N9. The robot is called Telliskivi which can chase ball (for now, but a “future soccer player”). It can steer itself through the help of the Nokia N9 either as a sensor which act autonomously or as a controller for the robot. The robot is controlled through the app installed on Nokia N9 and the same with the autopilot mode.
Watch the video below:

Source SymbianWorld

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