Educational Robot Mimics Computer Programming In Real Life

Educational Robot Mimics Computer Programming In Real Life

This little robot kit makes an easy jump from Lego to Javascript.

Rachel Pincus
  • 10 march 2014

If this generation of Kickstarter-funded innovators has any say in it, today’s kids will grow up knowing programming not just as something they should be getting better at but as an essential, inalienable part of their everyday lives and thinking. Primo and Sphero led the way, but the newest variation on the theme of teaching curious kids and playful adults how to direct a robot is perhaps the most sophisticated yet.

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