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Robots

In this section you will find a wide range of popular Self Build & Ready Assembled Robotics products to suit everyone's taste. Building a robot from a kit is the perfect foundation for any Robotics experience. In fact, when you build and assemble a robot kit, you learn about core STEM subjects, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Robot kits are a lot of fun and make excellent educational gifts. For more advanced enthusiasts wanting to create their own robots from scratch, please visit our Robot Parts section.

Engage your imagination, learn some technical skills and have fun all at the same time with a wide range of robotics products. Self build robots are the perfect start.

Learn about the Omni wheel, a four-wheel drive that can roll around in two directions. It moves like an ordinary wheel and can also shift side to side. This is the base that makes the robot manoeuvrable. The Omni wheel is able to change both its speed and its direction without changing its orientation.

Model robot kits come in a range of fun shapes. But the Activity Bot Robot Kit is ideal for first-timers, who can use it to learn real engineering skills. The kit comes with detailed tutorials that take you step by step through programming, circuit wiring, building sensor systems and navigating the final product. You can even add some extra components such as sensors to upgrade the kit.

Once you have learned the basics, how about building a spider? The A-pod combo kit looks like a mechanical spider. It even has angled legs and mandibles. It is made from high-quality and ultra-tough aluminium and precisely cut PVC. It has programming that is compatible with the BotBoardiuino, so the robot is able to walk at different speeds in any direction. It can also rotate on the spot on all three axes. There are a large number of walking gaits that allow the legs to lift at different heights.

The NAO Evolution humanoid robot is for advanced enthusiasts and professionals. It has a huge range of sensors and activators, all powered by embedded software, which makes the robot ideal as a teaching aid as well as a research tool.

This robot can recognise faces, objects and speech. The whole body can move in 25 degrees of freedom. Its sensor network has four microphones, two cameras and a sonar rangefinder. There are eight pressure sensors and nine tactile sensors.

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