FOX 7 gives us another look at the LEGO Mindstorms NXT kit. Powered by a 32-bit microprocessor that can be programmed via PC/MAC, these custom-built creations can take on many forms such as the one pictured above. Each kit comes with sound/light/motion sensors that your robot can learn to use once built. Just transfer the data from a computer wirelessly via Bluetooth or USB 2.0. The NXT brick (receiver) supports Bluetooth so you’re able to control the robot with any compatible devices such as cell phones, PDAs, and laptops. Video after the jump.

FOX 7 gives us another look at the LEGO Mindstorms NXT kit. Powered by a 32-bit microprocessor that can be programmed via PC/MAC, these custom-built creations can take on many forms such as the one pictured above. Each kit comes with sound/light/motion sensors that your robot can learn to use once built. Just transfer the data from a computer wirelessly via Bluetooth or USB 2.0. The NXT brick (receiver) supports Bluetooth so you’re able to control the robot with any compatible devices such as cell phones, PDAs, and laptops. Video after the jump.