Discover a new world of play, learning and adventure. Meet Dash and Dot, smart robots that help you learn how to program in a fun way.
Lego announced on August 2017 that they will be presenting Lego Boost. Lego Boost is a creative toolbox with programmable legacy blocks that can be used to make a robot, for example. Of course, Lego already has a lot of experience with previous building kits such as mindstorms.
Ozobot Evo is the new learning robot with sensors to follow a self-made route, respond to light, produce sound and communicate with its environment, thus increasing the social interaction between users.
Norby is a cool and interactive robot for children aged 5 to 12. He's part educator, entertainer and companion. Norby is really smart. He listens, talks, tells stories, makes jokes and plays games.
The mBot V1.1 is an affordable, easy-to-use robot for children to gain experience in graphical programming (with Scratch/mBlock), electronics and robotics. It is an all-in-one solution for learning about robotics and designed for educational purposes. This Bluetooth version can be used immediately after assembly with a special app for tablets and smartphones. This makes this mBot version ideal for direct play. Suitable for children 8 years and older.
This friendly robot has one purpose: to teach kids that technology can be transparent, proximate and fun. In addition to being a toy, it is also an educational ecosystem with an extensive pedagogical pathway. What's more, it is an open source robot: the physical design, the code and the app have all been made freely available so that anyone can understand it and modify it.
Knowledge of technology and robotics are the future for new developments. It remains important that the youth at an early stage becomes interested in the industry in terms of study and choose the branch of engineering.
In China, children in kindergarten are taught not only by a teacher, but also by a small robot calle...