Three easy steps to make Robo work
1. Build the robot
Children can build the robot by simply snapping the blocks together. The cubes’ colors relate to their function: red are sensors, blue are motors, orange - the main controller, and so on. The most advanced set comes with a digital camera, a line follower and an infrared sensor.
2. Get the app and start coding
The Robo app, which works on iOS and Android on both smartphone and tablets, recognizes how the components of the robot are assembled, and suggests possible functions. The child needs to select some actions via corresponding symbols and drag and drop them to make a sequence.
3. Get creative!
The robot connects to the app via Bluetooth or Wifi. This means that children will remotely control their robot from the app. They will be able to make the robot drive around, record and play sounds, take pictures, solve mazez and many more. For inspiration, they can check out a booklet with possible actions.
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The main purpose of a motion detector is to sense the movement of a person or an animal in the room and send an alert to your application. The application can also be programmed to record and live stream events via the camera module, when motion is detected.
Kids can use the button as a trigger to any action they want for their robot to perform. One example is creating their own flashlight. They can also change the color of the led or program a sound when the button in pressed.
With the proximity module, kids will be able to program the robot to drive around while avoiding obstacles. With the help of the servo cube, the robot can detect objects not only in front of it but all around as well.
Kids can program their robot to show emotions. These will be displayed on the LED screen, in the form of smiley faces. Also, when specific events occur, the robot can show either a happy face, a sad one, be angry, or even wink.
The light sensor enables the robot to detect light and perform specific actions when a certain amount of light is detected. For example, the robot can be programmed to move forward once light is shined at its sensor.
More kids dance to a song played by the robot until it stops at a random time. At that moment, the motion trigger goes on and if a child doesn't manage to stay still for some seconds, the robot makes a sound in his direction and he loses.
Kids can build their own room guaridan. When someone enters their room, the robot senses movement and starts video recording or takes pictures. It will also send kids a notification to the tablet so that they can start live streaming.