Vortex Is A Toy Robot That Teaches Kids How To Code

Vortex Is A Toy Robot That Teaches Kids How To Code

By Sarah Perez DFRobot, a company that has been building robots for the education market since 2008, this week introduced its first attempt at making a robot accessible to all children, with the debut of Vortex – an interactive, programmable robot aimed at kids 6 and up. The Vortex robot pairs with iOS and Android smartphones or tablets over Bluetooth, and lets kids control its movement by tapping… Read More

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