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Thursday, October 17, 2019

Bandai Programmable Gundam Robot For STEM Education | Robots - Ubergizmo

Computer programming can be tremendously fun for some people, or boring and impenetrable for others, notes Hubert Nguyen, co-founder and editor of Ubergizmo.

Photo: Screenshot from Bandai's Video
The important part is to have a chance to be exposed to it so that each person can find out for themselves.

The earlier the exposition, the better. That’s why Bandai has a line of programmable robots designed for STEM education (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).

At CEATEC 2019, the company had an updated version of their STEM robots: Algoroid and Zeonic Technics, which received their latest update last June...

Yet, the programming interface is relatively simple and mostly visual. It is possible to create relatively complex motion and scenarios, mostly without writing traditional code. This works so well that Bandai is considering organizing contests and perhaps competitions. Zeonics Technics doesn’t come cheap, and the package costs about $800 to $1000 depending on the combo.

Source: Ubergizmo