San Francisco–based Anki wants to bring robotics to the people. The company’s first offering is Anki Drive, a $200 racing game in which toy cars can drive themselves. The cars carry sensors that feed data to an iPhone or iPad, which players can use to control speed and position for their cars. Meanwhile, the Anki app computes actions for the enemy cars so they can compete as craftily as the humans.
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