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Stephen Wolfram blog: Kids, arduinos and quadricopters

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04 October 2012



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Presentation at Maker Faire by Christopher Wolfram shows off Mathematica with a potentiometer hooked up on the Arduino board and by flying a quadricopter drone in one line of code.

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Ioannis K. Erripis joined the ROBOTS association in early 2011 as a news reporter and now leads all technical aspects of the Robohub project, including website design, implementation and branding.
Ioannis K. Erripis joined the ROBOTS association in early 2011 as a news reporter and now leads all technical aspects of the Robohub project, including website design, implementation and branding.





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