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A dancing, laser beam-shooting robot aspires to teach kids how to code

March 31, 2016 - Uncategorized

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The Codeybot dances, plays music, changes colors and even shoots laser beams — all to entice little tykes to start programming.

The coding toy from Shenzhen-based startup Makeblock is just the latest on the edutainment bandwagon taking things up a techie notch. It joins a talking, projectile-firing robot, a remote-controlled origami robotcode-teaching drones, and even a crawly “Code-a-Pillar” in a trend of code-teaching toys that seems to have become all the rage in the past few months alone.

SEE ALSO: Adorable Code-a-Pillar teaches 3-year-olds the basics of coding

Within 24 hours of launching on Kickstarter on Tuesday, the Codeybot has already reached nearly 90% of its $100,000 funding goal.
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Source: Mashable

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