iPhone iRobot = Best Lego Kit Eva!

iPhonetic Legorganisms (iPhorgs?!) took a giant leap towards eventual world domination with the release of BattleBricks first iPhone Robot. Hacking together an iPhone with Lego's NXT Robot kit, combined with Apple's Safari browser, a little Java, Google web code, and lot of Azimovian know how, (eventual Skynet inventor?) Will Gorman presents a "freaking sweet" demo:

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Rene Ritchie

Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, Review, The TV Show, Vector, ZEN & TECH, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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Bri Guy says:

Nice post, Rene! Woohoo! That's about the size of the "smart cars" I've seen around my neck of the woods ;) I wonder if iPhones are driving those too??

Tom says:

And I thought my childhood days of Lego building resulted in some cool stuff... That was pretty sweet.

patcom8 says:

Lego's have gone so far. i remember spending hours building a set then talking it apart, then putting it back together as something else. Its great that people take the time to integrate their technology with something as simple as lego's. This should be a program which goes on the new 3G i phone lol.

Maragaret Pasho says:

Finally! I have been trying to find information and facts on lego for some time and discovered it, my son will likely to be happy!