Many moons ago, in the shadowy darkness of the 1990s, a young Lewin visited his elder cousin. An adept AMOS programmer, he had managed to get his Amiga 500 to control an RC car, with little more than a large pile of relays and guile. Everything worked well, but there was just one problem — once the car left the room, there was no way to see what was going on.
Why don’t you put a camera on it? Then you can drive it anywhere!
This would go on to inspire the TKIRV project approximately 20 years later. The goal of the