Fire Breathing Pony by LVL1 Hackerspace uses Nunchuck

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The Louisville Hackerspace LVL1 was at the recent Maker Faire with their Fire Breathing Pony named Buttercup! There isn’t very much details on the system yet but they promise more details will follow.

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