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Home APSU student Donald Buhl-Brown standing next to his project, a low-cost, entry to robotics which is built primarily from Lego blocks and powered with an Android smartphone. APSU student Donald Buhl-Brown standing next to his project, a low-cost, entry to robotics which is built primarily from Lego blocks and powered with an Android smartphone.

APSU student Donald Buhl-Brown standing next to his project, a low-cost, entry to robotics which is built primarily from Lego blocks and powered with an Android smartphone.

APSU student Donald Buhl-Brown standing next to his project, a low-cost, entry to robotics which is built primarily from Lego blocks and powered with an Android smartphone.

APSU student Donald Buhl-Brown standing next to his project, a low-cost, entry to robotics which is built primarily from Lego blocks and powered with an Android smartphone.

A photo of Buhl-Brown’s robotics project.