Building Blocks Snap Together To Create Autonomous Robots [Video]

Building Blocks Snap Together To Create Autonomous Robots [Video]

Cubelets require no programming or wires and can perform a variety of actions.

Emma Hutchings
  • 17 january 2012

Cubelets are small, modular blocks that children can assemble to make robots that exhibit a range of different behaviors. The blocks have no programming or wires and are easy to experiment with, creating various automatons that can travel around, rotate and respond to light or sound.

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