LEGO recently visited Microsoft’s Redmond campus to show off their newly released Mindstorms NXT Robotics Toolset. Powered by a 32-bit microprocessor that can be programmed via PC/MAC, these robots can take on many forms like 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 — like cell phones and PDAs. Video after the jump. [via Makeon10]

LEGO recently visited Microsoft’s Redmond campus to show off their newly released Mindstorms NXT Robotics Toolset. Powered by a 32-bit microprocessor that can be programmed via PC/MAC, these robots can take on many forms like 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 — like cell phones and PDAs. Video after the jump. [via Makeon10]