Discover real-world design abilities with the friendly, qualified, as well as peppy activity bot. Detailed internet tutorials take you via setting its multicore propeller chip in c, circuitry circuits on a breadboard, as well as building sensor systems so your robotic could navigate on its own. The is prepared for playing with off-the-shelf parts, extra sensing units, as well as upgrade packages.
Easy to program in C on Windows, Mac, or Linux with the Simple IDE software and custom Simple Libraries
Multicore Propeller control board makes it quick to integrate sensors, motors, and more
High-speed servo motors with optical encoders provide fast, consistent maneuvering
Breadboard and 3-pin headers let you experiment with common electronics parts, no soldering or proprietary connectors required
Component kit makes navigation systems that use touch, visible light, infrared light and ultrasonic sensors