Back in January, Australian Apple II user and blogger Lukazi introducedÂ Project WALTR, a hardware hack designed to create a robot that could be controlled with Logo commands. Â This week, he(?)Â updatedÂ us with a progress report and the final product looks really cool! Â In Lukazi’s words:
“WALTR is a Parallax Scribbler 2 (S2) robot that takes in direct action or interpreted Logo movement commands via a serial connection and executes them. Although I designed WALTR to be run from an Apple II computer any computer with a serial port and a Logo software package that supports serial communications can be used. WALTR can still be used as a Logo robot even without its pen lifter and Bluetooth enhancements.”
WALTR has come a long way since its introduction in January. Â Check out everything WALTR can do at Lukazi’s Apple II Projects blog.