Drive a Car with an iPhone Test Station
Waterloo labs brought their portable version of their iPhone-controlled car to NIWeek this year. Why not the bring the car itself you ask, it turns out its the car in its current form isn't street legal.However, the demo you see here is a recreation of that car, illustrating the tools used to control it and demonstrating the versatility of the FIRST Robotics Kit. The iPhone Controlled Car uses a cRIO and FIRST Robotics Kit of parts to remotely drive a real car with an iPhone or iPod Touch. The whole project was done in the span of one month with a budget of only $1500.