Millennial Engineers Created a Modular Robot To Educate Kids About Coding

Legos Are Out, The New Robo Wunderkind’s In


Millennial Engineers: Robo Wunderkind's Modular Robot

We’re used to build robot stuff with Lego, way, way back to our childhood. Now, a smarter one comes anew. A Lego-like thing is here is to help you construct a robot and understanding how it works, it’s called Robo Wunderkind Modular Robot. A start-up has devised programmable bricks that look like a Lego so that it can teach your kids how the codes and the algorithms work.

Millennial Engineers Created a Modular Robot for Kids (Source: Robo Wunderkind)

Different electronics have been embedded in the cube. Then, you can very easily program the device by using your smartphones and your tablets. The CEO and the founder Rustern Akishbekov points it out that they have made very easy programming language that will be understood by the children very conveniently. They will not use all those complicated and tough program, they can just drag the blocks and drop it.

Millennial Engineers Created a Modular Robot for Kids (Source: Robo Wunderkind)

Millennial Engineers Created a Modular Robot for Kids (Source: Robo Wunderkind)

What are the things that you can create with your Robo Kits? Well, you can build a lot of things. Each block is enabled to do different stuff. There are sensors for humidity and proximity.

The bricks can be connected by placing them on top of each other. Wheels are provided with a set that can be used to make the robot move. The Lego adapters enhance the looks and functions of the robot. You just don’t have to bother about any wires or magnets at all. Building a robot has never been so easy.

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You can even connect it to your Android or iOS device with Bluetooth. After this, all that you have to do is to drag and drop the block in the app to generate simple algorithms.

Millennial Engineers Created a Modular Robot for Kids (Source: Robo Wunderkind)

The thing that sets WunderKind different from all other programmable modular robots is the simplicity of it. The cubes are in different colors and patterns which gives them an exclusive look extremely attractive for the kids. The basic cost of the kit is $149 which will give you nine cubes.

Now, you can surely say that building a robot is child’s play.

 

Millennial Engineers Created a Modular Robot for Kids (Source: Robo Wunderkind)

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