The enterprise of youth has led to this creation – the ability to control a robot using nothing else but a modified iPod touch. Interestingly enough, the touch interface will give one full control over the arms and legs, moving its head from side-to-side even. Too bad the robot isn’t up to par in terms of intelligence, otherwise we might have cause for worry of it usurping politicians to rule the world. Apocalypse, anyone?
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