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The versatile Bioloid Premium robot is an educational robot. It comes in a robot kit with parts and instructions. A biped humanoid robot, it can walk and has a remote control.
HERO-1 has been around since the early 80’s. It is an excellent teaching tool and robot lab. This educational robot can detect light, sound and movement and maneuvers easily.
KIBO robot from Kinderlab Robotics is an educational robot kit for children between four and seven. Playing with KIBO teaches them technical, problem solving and cognitive skills. KIBO teaches children not only problem solving but show them that learning…
Recycling robot is an educational robot designed to teach students about recycling. It has photosensing technology and a laser to scan and identify plastic items by their type. The robot then put them in the correct containers for recycling.
Robosem helps students learn the English language. This educational robot teleconferences with a human instructor to students lectures, and also has pre-loaded lessons.
RURO is an educational robot. It was designed to teach people in the present and future about recycling. This cute robot was patterned after anime cartoon mini robots.
The NOAA sponsored the development of TERRI which is an educational robot. This humanoid robot has artificial intelligence and can work remotely in a fully automatic mode.
Korean Institute of Science and Technology developed an educational robot called VANI. It teaches English to children, has 3D GUI to interact with them and can detect obstacles.
GLOBAL ROBOT EXPO is the definitive trade show to measure the current state of robotics and aims to provide a space where all stakeholders can showcase their technological achievements
The Global Conference on Educational Robotics is hosting the 2013 International Botball Tournament in the USA from July 6-10. This five-day competition gives students the opportunity to learn new things about robotics, and share them with other middle…
Starting out as the Carnegie Technical Schools in 1900, the Carnegie Mellon University is one of America’s top private research institutions. The institute is composed of seven colleges and several independent schools. CMUA’s Robotics Institute is the…
Microbric is a South Australian robotics company with the goal of sharing electronics, programming, and robotics with as many people as possible, especially children. They develop easy-to-program robots that are perfect for the classroom. No soldering…
With a history of over 130 years, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) is one of Japan’s top national universities in the field of Science and Technology. The university is the major center for supercomputing technology and robotics.
Wonder Workshop is about to release robots Dash and Dot aiming to stimulate creativity and curiosity by engaging children in coding activities.
Educational robot ED-E is used to teach students about computer programming and physics, among other subjects. Its transparent body frame allows children to watch its parts work.
Shanghai Grandar Robotics developed a wheeled humanoid robot called Home Education Robot. It can recognize facial expressions and speech, and took part in Grandar Cup 2000.
Nippon Engineering College of Japan created KARFE, a humanoid robot which has interactive capabilities that enable it to function as a guard and even take care of children.
Mung has a simple look and a yellow-orange color. Start cursing it, though, and it accumulates LED “bruises” according to the amount and variety of your foul language.