• Andrew SmithAndrew Smith, almost 7 years ago

    I'm not a fan of people using 'education' to push forward their kickstarter dreams when it's not beneficial to education. This robot literally does nothing past walk around – I've just run a code club session based on robots and the biggest question from all parents is 'what can you do once it's walked around, what's next?' - and the answer is simple. you put the robot away and back the companies next robot. I think the problem with creating something like this, finished, styled and polished, is that it becomes no different from a toy you can buy from any toy shop that has an ultrasonic sensor on the front. The future of education for children is robotics that can be built, taken apart, expanded upon and reveal creativity. Understanding why it follows you, why it see objects. Mindstorms, Makeblock etc These are worth investing in for Education.

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    • James Futhey, almost 7 years ago (edited almost 7 years ago )

      Withholding judgment on the actual product, I just enjoyed the site's design.

      I'm not affiliated with the actual product.

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  • Recep KütükRecep Kütük, almost 7 years ago

    I suspect that the designer intended to keep the header (and menu) fixed but somehow it is lost in translation when it came to front-end developer.

    This is me trolling anyways, this is a great site!

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  • Jonathan EngstromJonathan Engstrom, almost 7 years ago

    The robot looks awesome - the page load animation is kinda distracting though!

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  • Gracjan ZlotuchaGracjan Zlotucha, almost 7 years ago

    I like the idea of this robot :D

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