The MIT Handyboard
Image taken from: http://osiris.physik.uni-oldenburg.de/~borrmann/Handyboard.jpg
The MIT handyboard is controlled by the HC11 motorola microprocessor.
It can be programmed through Interactive C to control DC motors, servos, many digital or analog inputs for sensors, etc.
Updated July 12th, 2006 By Eric
Last Updated July 12th, 2006
By Eric Savoie