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Thames and Kosmos - Robotics Smart Machines

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Learn about robotics in the real world, by building and programming your very own thinking machines with this introductory robotics kit!

  • $190.00
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  • Weight
    1.14 kg

With eight possible machines to build, including a humanoid robot, crocodile complete with moving tail, or a spy-bot capable of streaming video, endless fun will be had exploring physics, engineering and computer science. With the aid of a simple programming app on a compatible tablet or mobile device, learn to program and control your built robots as they respond to the environment around them, via the ultrasonic sensor. Once you have mastered the included robots and technology, use the same building pieces to construct your own creations – the possibilities are endless! Not only will you enjoy the robot building process, but you will learn about coding and programming principles as well, making this the perfect gift for children to enjoy while they play and learn at the same time.

Thames and Kosmos have developed a wide range of kits; you can view more of these online at the Q Shop.

What can you build?

  • Bipedal Droid
  • Spy Bot
  • Stag Beetle
  • Crocodile
  • Tiltrotor Aircraft
  • Robo Dog
  • Robotosaurus
  • Catapult

Key facts:

  • 230 pieces
  • 8 different experiments
  • 64 page instructional booklet
  • A tablet or smartphone running iOS (iPhone 4S or later, iPad 3 or later, iPod 5 or later) or Android (Android 4.3 or later on a device with Bluetooth 4.0 support) is required

To complete all the activities, additional household items are required (not included).

Recommended for ages eight and over. Adult supervision is required.
Not suitable for children aged three years and under.

Packaging size: 490 x 330 x 100mm

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