Cool. Now then:
- Artie 3000
- Twitter API
That actually seems pretty cool for $60. I know this 10yr old that is using lego mindstorm at school but the prices on that are just insane. Battery packs are $80, kits are $350. Not very inviting to let them learn by trial and error.
The first programming I ever did was some sort of turtle in middle school. Looked a lot like that, move, turn, move, turn, line, no line. Looks like a cool xmas gift.
Logo? That was after my time. I was transcribing BASIC out of magazines onto TRS-80 model 1’s in middle school (and loading games via cassette tapes on those same TRS-80’s, and later Commodore-64’s), and trying to teach myself assembly on the Apple ][+… </hipster_brag>
Fixed it for you…
Similar to a Kickstarter I supported a while ago, Edison.
Oh that one looks even better, built in sensors, low price, lego compatible, programming language options.
I doesn’t have a pen though.
Ahhhhh, dang it.
But can we get a frikken’ laser on its head?!?
I think they carry Edison stuff at microcenter. Saw something that looked like it the other day, a lot of the parts looked like lego technic parts.
A little duct tape would fix that issue.