Insect robot any one can build

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This robot is an affordable, easy to assemble and fun to explore robot.

Antbo takes less than an hour to assemble and will teach you the basic principles of robotics.

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Difficulty level: Easy

Mode: Autonomous, remotecontrolled

CPU: ATMEGA328P

Input devices: Accelerometer, Distance Sensor, Light Sensor, Sound Sensor, Touch Sensor

Output devices: Servo RGB LED

Coding language: Arduino

Power: 4AAA batteries

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The bot’s easy to assemble configuration actively urges interaction between parents and their children to provide a fun and intuitive experience that will simultaneously educate them to master basic programming knowledge.

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Once he is assembled you can control Antbo using your smartphone, your own voice, or try "path control mode" where Antbo will follow the path you give him when you draw it on your Antbo app ( iOS & Android ).

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  • This is really creative work. Thanks for sharing.

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