We all know that the DS is a nifty little device that can check your brain age, cook up recipes, help out in English, and even act as a virtual museum tour guide, so be prepared to add robot controller to its already glowing resume. The RoboDS project consists of a robot kit, the necessary connectors, and a cart that must be connected to the DS for programming. When done, your DS will be able to control a miniature wheeled robot via WiFi, and with a little tinkering you would be able to mount cameras and other miscellanous spy devices on it for your voyeuristic plaeasure. The RoboDS will ship from April 7 onwards and retails for $150 before shipping.
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