|Jun 13, 2013, 07:27 PM||#51|
The cold hard truth...
I keep asking myself the same question: So what?
I'll wait for Hotwheels and every other toyco to deliver a swift, HARD uppercut to their egos in the toy aisle at HALF the price. And probably no expensive mat. And that's the bottom line. Better make them hackable. Otherwise....who cares?!
|Aug 2, 2013, 12:40 AM||#52|
I am a bit of a simpleton, so please excuse my ignorance...
How is this 'Anki Drive' any different to an ordinary little R/C car, that just happens to be controlled by an 'iphone'???
What does it do?
|Aug 2, 2013, 01:32 AM||#53|
"The cars know their location and they are able to react to their surroundings in real time".
In other words, they're Hot Wheels track cars that have a limited awareness of the environments they're racing in. It's pretty neat stuff.
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