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4 Robots That Teach Children Science and Math in Engaging Ways

Modular, programmable automatons make STEM learning fun

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Image: Photographer Keely Hochstein

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EZ-Robot is an open-source software and hardware platform that lets students craft and program new robots as well as share those creations and programs with other EZ-Robot users. The company’s EZ-Builder design software works on personal computers and mobile devices and uses a graphical user interface (like Windows) to facilitate novice robot-making. Owners of certain 3-D printers can even print new parts for their robots, including the hexapod Six, humanoid JD and roverlike Roli.
 
Cost: Six—$449; JD—$500; Roli—$449

 
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