While it’s no Nintendo R.O.B., National Instruments is showing off a robotic arm using its proprietary control system that can accept inputs from almost anything, including the Wiimote. Not much else to say but it is cool to say there is finally a robot add-on to the Wii, even if it can squeeze your eyeballs out of your head.
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