Enchanting – Allows for programming of Lego NXT Bricks
RobotC – ROBOTC is the premiere robotics programming language for educational robotics and competitions. ROBOTC is a C-Based Programming Languagewith an Easy-to-Use Development Environment.
KIPR – KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) Institute for Practical Robotics is a not-for-profit educational organization that uses hands on robotics programs in order to communicate the excitement, knowledge, and practical understanding of science, technology, engineering, and math.
STEM Robotics – We are a non-profit group that is bringing Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) to students using competition robotics. Driving the robots in Competitions is a small part of what we do. From the beginning we teach each roboteer valuable life skills like communications, planning, getting a group consensus, cooperation and negotiations. We also bring to life STEM skills in areas of electronics, mechanics, pneumatics, programming by planning, designing, building (and sometimes rebuilding), testing and driving our robots.
Bird Brain Technologies – Our creative and inspiring products are the result of extensive university research and are designed to support engineering, computer science, and project-based learning. Try a Hummingbird Robotics Kit or Finch Robot today and join the thousands of educators and students learning with our robots
Bee Bot – Bee-Bot is an exciting new robot designed for use by young children. This colorful, easy-to-operate, and friendly little robot is a perfect tool for teaching sequencing, estimation, problem-solving, and just having fun!
Pro Bot -Pro-Bot is the latest in Logo technology. A turtle robot, cleverly disguised as a race car, Pro-Bot offers students an enticing, engaging, and hands-on experience with Logo programming as well as robotic controls.
Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy
At ArcBotics, we believe that everyone should be able to access, enjoy, and learn from robotics. This is why we focus on creating affordable, feature-rich, open-source, hackable, educational – and last but not least, cute – robots.
What better way to learn programming, electronics, and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) than with a robot that responds to your commands, its environment, and brings joy to your life (Hexy the Hexapod can dance to Thriller and Sparki can bring you a cool root beer)?