Ive played lego but NEVER come to the idea or imagine such power in so small lego bricks

Scanning A book involves picking up the book from the scanner Carefully so that you won't change the current pages and and turning pages precisely. These activities are as easy as breakfast for human beings. However and our sophisticated biomachienery owe A lot to the Evolution. Without its support, the activities are far too difficult for robots.
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