KIPR Link is an easy to use and powerful linux-based robot controller. It aims to be simple enough for a middle schooler, powerful enough for a researcher, and versatile enough for the hobbyist.
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The CBC v2 is a Linux-based robot controller designed by the KISS Institute for Practical Robotics for use with the KISS-C programming environment.
Featuring significant hardware and usability improvements over its predecessor, the CBC v2 is both a beginner-friendly choice for newcomers to robotics, and a powerful, feature-rich device that will appeal to experts.
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The XBC is a new design for a robot controller merging a modern ARM processor with an FPGA that allows high performance, especially in vision processing and motor control, for a cost similar to controllers with a fraction of its capabilities.
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