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The BBC Buggy was a computer controlled vehicle released by Economatics in 1983. Primarily designed as an educational tool, the two wheeled buggy came as a kit with its main body constructed from Fishertechnik parts. The kit also included two stepper motors to control movement, an interface to connect it to a BBC Micro and a cassette with 13 programs (listed below).
Date : 1983
Manufacturer : Acorn
Physical Description : BBC Buggy. Interface board.
This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53106. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.