Teachers or parents looking for a way for their children to learn more about coding robotics and electronics may be interested in a new programmable robot called Codey Rocky. Specifically created to provide an introduction to entry-level coding robot for STEM education the programmable robot is suitable four children ages 6 and upwards. As the name suggests the robot comes into main components, Codey is the detachable controller that holds all the magic and includes more than 10 electronic modules that can be controlled via code. Rocky is the robot chassis that lets you take Codey anywhere using basic programming. Watch the video below to learn more about the cute robot capable of teaching children both how to code and more about artificial intelligence.
The combination of easy-to-use robotics hardware with graphical programming gives all children the opportunity to take their first steps into the world of code and compose their first “Hello World!” statement at the same time as they explore their creativity. Included with Codey Rocky is more than 20 learning guides for getting started with graphical programming and Python code. Seamlessly progress from one challenge to another, until you are ready to take on the advanced Python language – and simply convert your code in one click.
Features of the Codey Rocky robot :
– Beginner & Advanced Coding
Create your first program by dragging and dropping code blocks and gradually gain more advanced skills, and transition into Python programming.
– Logical Thinking
Logic is the foundation of coding. Learn how to go from idea to working program by writing code that makes sense in practice.
– Creative Expression
Code is the easiest way to make something, and Codey Rocky makes it even more fun and creative. Make your ideas real in mBlock 5 and see your coding companion run your code.
– AI and IoT Principles
From voice recognition to infrared TV controls, Codey Rocky users gain first familiarity with Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things.This
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