- Includes 5 EZ-Robot JD Humanoid Robot
- Fully functional humanoid robot built with EZ-Bits
- Boasts 16 degrees of freedom with 16 heavy duty servos
- Camera for vision tracking modes and contains 9 LEDs per eye
- Apps to allow him to walk right away
- Ages: 12+
The High School Humanoid Robot Bundle enables students to develop and extend programming skills with a powerful robotics platform. This humanoid bundle teaches robotics using Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics. JD includes apps for walking, dancing, and even playing the piano! The EZ-Builder Software includes an amazing and easy-to-use animation GAIT feature called Auto Positioner. This allows you to create movement animations for your robot to walk, dance or give high fives! The animations can be triggered by other input controls, such as Speech Recognition, Vision Tracking, Joysticks, Wii Controllers, and more.
JD's eyes have 18 RGB LEDs (9 per eye), which can be configured to animate patterns with 1 million color combinations. A robot wouldn't be a robot without a camera for vision recognition. So, there is installed a camera in the head which can track and learn colors, objects, faces, motion, glyphs, and more.
The compact grippers are powered by strong metal geared servo motors, allowing your robot to interact with soft, light objects. Recommend colored foam balls – the kind you can find at any value, hobby, or department store. They are perfect for your robot to grip and interact with.
Customize your robot with ez-bits. All ezrobot Revolution parts include ez-bit connections. Simply slide the tab into the slot to establish a secure bond. The parts may be separated by sliding them apart. Multiple ez-bits can be connected together to make arms, legs, or anything else you dream up!
In the classroom or at home, ezrobot Revolution has a big impact on STEM education. Learn about robots, and have fun doing it! With hundreds of tutorials, no questions are left unanswered. Personalizing your ezrobot with new behaviors will teach students how robots walk, see, hear and interact with their surroundings to solve problems using a combination of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.