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Extreme NXT: Extending the LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT to the Next Level by Isabelle Hurbain, Philippe Philo Hurbain, Michael Gasperi

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image MICHAEL GASPERI When I was growing up in the 1960s and '70s it made sense to build things, such as a computer, from component parts. In fact, you could build all kinds of electronic products, including television sets, this way. Not only does this not make any economic sense now, it is also physically impossible to deal with the tiny electronic components. Back then, magazines such as Popular Electronics provided all kinds of projects for the electronic hobbyist to experiment with. One of the regular columns was written by Forrest Mims III, and I eagerly anticipated reading his latest monthly installment. I always thought, "What ...

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