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Linux Model Airplane Controller

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Like Gizmo For You's Flow smartphone announced in 2009, the OSRC control system runs Linux on the Gumstix Overo Earth single-board computer (SBC), which in turn is based on the Texas Instruments (TI) Cortex-A8 OMAP3503 processor. The OSRC (below) also supports the newer, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled Overo Air module, which has a similarly tiny footprint of 0.7 x 2.3 x 0.2 inches (17 x 58 x 4.2mm).

GizmoForYou has a novel approach to developing devices. The group builds custom gadgets according to members' suggestions, and sells the open-spec devices online. GizmoForYou encourages its members to customize any of these modules or develop new ones.

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Yeah that's sure to happen

It's a shame that Duke Nukem Forever finally shipped, now I have nothing snarky to compare the likelihood of this project actually delivering any type of product what so ever.

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