Robo Wunderkind

Coding and robotics made easy for kids πŸ€–

#2 Product of the DayDecember 11, 2018

Robo Wunderkind is a modular kit that teaches children the basics of coding and robotics. With just a few color-coded blocks and two apps, kids between the ages of 5-12 can build their own robots and see their ideas turn to life.

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Hey Hunters! Yuri from Robo Wunderkind here. There are three things that we at Robo Wunderkind are passionate about. Coding, robotics, and education. When we sat down and thought about how to connect all these three into one, it quickly became obvious: we should incorporate coding and robotics into early education and make it accessible to every curious kid. We’ve been on this mission ever since. Robo Wunderkind is made up of color-coded blocks that can be combined to your liking. They can then be programmed through our two apps - Robo Code and Robo Live - to move, make sounds, detect obstacles, flash lights or even display images of your choice on a LED screen. The simplicity of Robo Wunderkind is enough to clarify the complexity of programming in a way that is digestible by young minds πŸ‘Ά After our successful Kickstarter campaign, we launched our product in late 2017 and sent it out into the world. In 2018, we launched on Amazon, entered the classrooms all around the world and paired up with amazing NGOs and educational institutions who want to make the world a better place by teaching kids the skills of the 21st century. Just like we do. Our mission is still nowhere near finished. If you want to join it, please upvote us to spread the word πŸ™Œ If you would like to get your very own Robo Wunderkind kit, use the exclusive 15% discount code for Product Hunt community: PRODUCTHUNT at robowunderkind.com πŸ˜‰ Many thanks in advance for your upvotes!

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best toy

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no cons

I am a big fan of this cute and cool robot that anyone can built

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amazing cool design

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no, no no

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@hannahzenkova Thank you Hannah! Very much appreciated πŸ™
Seeing a few of these ideas or atleast iterations of these ideas pop up, does it support multiple development languages?
@aaronoleary Hey Aaron, thank you for your comment! Currently we have two Apps available Robo Code (state machine programming) and Robo Live (remote controlling your robot in real time). Recently we have also released Python API, for everyone who wants to dive deep into code. You can find it here: https://pypi.org/project/robopyt... If there are some programming possibilities you would like to see Robo Wunderkind to support in the future, please let me know, I would appreciate your feedback! Best, Yuri.