Programmable robots for education
Robotics is highly stimulating for the younger students, allowing them to grow important soft skills such as problem solving, creativity, team spirit. In higher education, robotics allows student to work with real hardware in order to be prepared for the challenges of the real physical work.
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Pre-order your Poppy Ergo Jr today! Poppy Ergo Jr, a robot from the Poppy range, was developed by the Inria Flowers team for educational purposes. It’s a small robot arm with 6 degrees of freedom and interchangeable ends.
Niryo One is a 6-axis robotic arm compatible with Arduino, Raspberry Pi and ROS. Manufactured in France, it is designed for research and teaching, and intended for students, professors, researchers and designers looking for an accessible robotic arm – in every sense of the word.
These Modular Robotics Cubelets offer a totally new means of teaching robotics and programming to children. With the Mini Makers Educator Pack, you’ll hold all the cards (or should I say cubes!) for introducing your youngest pupils to what a robot is, how it works, and how to tackle a complex robotics project.
Teachers of secondary school pupils sometimes have difficulties finding good methods for sparking interest in subjects. Because we’re living in a digital age, this Alpha Mini humanoid educational robot is the perfect solution to this problem. He can help you teach many subjects in an original way while also giving pupils a chance to try their hand at programming.
Gooseneck with bracket for mounting a sensor or camera. Supplied complete with mount to fit onto a Dynamixel servo motor.
The PhantomX Pincher Programmable Robotic Arm (without servos) can be used alone or as an accessory for your TurtleBot or TurtleBot 2 robot, and benefits from a complete ROS for the purposes of programming.
Want to design a OpenManipulator robotic arm (similar to the RM-X52 model) for your TurtleBot3 robot? This set includes all the tools and mechanical parts you need to build this ROS compatible robot arm.
Photon is an educational and upgradable robot for children from 5 to 12 years old. It depends entirely on its young user to learn new skills. Multiple challenges await him, all with the objective of going even further in his mastery of STEM and robotic programming.
This version of the Lego Mindstorms robotics Education kit is called Lego MINDSTORMS EV3 Education.
“A Raspberry Pi Brain for your LEGO robot”, a few words summing up to perfection the extremely tempting offer made by the PiStorms Starter Kit, the key attraction of which is none other than the PiStorms controller. It fits like a shield over your Raspberry Pi to give your EV3 or NXT robot a whole load of brand-new functions!