• Zivko The Robot

    Zivko The Robot

    Zivko the Robot is a great way to introduce your child to artificial intelligence. The robot can perform two functions. In the “Follow” mode, the robot is like a pet that obeys and follows you wherever you go. In the “Explore” mode, Zivko goes on his own exploring the area without bumping into anything. Zivko lights up, makes sounds, makes its own gestures and displays emotions. Challenge the robot by creating an obstacle course for it and watch him navigate around it. The robot reinforces STEM skills in the child as he builds the robot from scratch and sees how the parts fit together to make it move.

  • Bittle Robotic Dog

    Bittle Robotic Dog

    The possibilities in STEM are endless. Information and technology is one of the fastest growing career fields for a reason. People will always need computers and robots are the future when it comes to getting work done. Teaching a child to code is difficult because the idea of it seems boring to them. It isn’t when they have their own robot to work on. This robot comes with a puzzle assembly so it’s just as fun to put together as it is to program. The wireless app control allows them to have full control of the dog once all the programming is put together.

  • Geio Fighting Robot

    Geio Fighting Robot

    The Geio is amazingly fun and a good alternative for playing video games. You use your smartphone as a First Person Shooter and to make it a little bit easier to aim, it comes with visual recognition system. There are 4 fighting options with the Geio: battle, attack and defense, speed race & treasure hunting. To make the fights even more fun, you also have totems. This totems can be seen as extra powerups for your robot.

  • Vector


    Vector is the most advanced home robot ever made at a price that means you can actually bring him home. He begins to fulfill the promise of living with robots in ways we?ve only seen in science-fiction movies. He?s a curious little guy who is aware of his surroundings. He can see, hear, and feel, allowing him to react naturally to the world around him.

  • Music Box 3D Puzzle Robot

    Music Box 3D Puzzle Robot

    Assemble this kit yourself or with your kids from the laser-cut wood pieces, and soon you will have your own hand-cranked music box with moving gears and lights, as well as arms and legs.

  • Table Tennis Robot

    Table Tennis Robot

    Become the number 1 table tennis player in the world thanks to the Table Tennis Robot from Butterfly. You can control the robot by an app on your tablet. The table tennis robot has a ball frequency of up to 120 balls per minute. You can even adjust the spin, speed and trajectory via the app.

  • Super Anthony Fighting Robot

    Super Anthony Fighting Robot

    Welcome to the new amazing sport: Robot Fighting. The robot you see here is Super Anthony. Anthony is not your average robot. It is a medal-winning fighting robot with 15 steel-geared servomotors. Super Anthony packs quite the punch, 45 kg to be exact!

  • Marty the Robot

    Marty the Robot

    Marty is a fully programmable, WiFi enabled walking robot for kids, makers, educators, and for anybody who just wants a cute robot. Marty makes learning about programming, electronics, and mechanical engineering a fun and engaging process.

  • One One

    Build, Learn, Program and Expand to create your own Open Source friend with artificial intelligent systems like Siri, Alexa or Cortana BUT with the ambient awareness ABILITIES to See, Hear and Feel the environment.

  • Dancebot


    Dancebot is a smart dancing audio companion. It is a groovy robot that jives to the audio played through its speakers. Its intelligent algorithm allows it to process any audio passed through it and translate that into expressive movements.

  • MiP Robot

    MiP Robot

    Choose between screenless play and a collection of 20+ app-enabled games with MiP Arcade – it’s up to you! Test your mental agility, memory, and reflexes by playing brain training games. If you’re looking for a way to test your skills against those of your friends and family, the MiP is the perfect choice.

  • Sphero Robot Ball

    Sphero Robot Ball

    You can drive it, you can code it and you can play with it. What is it? Well, it’s the Sphero Robot Ball. This little thing can go 1M/s which is pretty quick for such a small device. You can even code the Sphero with javascript.

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