Reply to post: Re: Sounds interesting

Daaa-aaad. She took my coding robot. No, I had it first

Tyr

Re: Sounds interesting

I agree that past coding efforts have really only led to masses of web developers and there has been a significant lack of firmware in education, but that's what Robo Wunderkind addresses by providing so many different modules to build your project with. It abstracts the electrical complexity and allows the user to have basic, intermediate or advanced control over them with their programming interfaces.

A child could really start just by dragging their finger across a screen to make their project move and flash lights, to writing basic sequences, to developing purposeful unique projects of their own creation.

I really think this product is one of a kind and really want to see more.

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