The New Kamigami Educational Robots Hope to Teach Basic Coding to Kids

 - Feb 21, 2018
References: popsugar & theverge
The newest line of Kamigami educational robots feature dinosaurs that are designed to teach kids how to code. Kamigami entered the educational tech space with its first run of bug-themed robots. The dinosaur models do not differ too much from the original bug concept, but these new robots ditch the origami design of its predecessor and instead adopt a plastic cover with a more refined look.

The two new Kamigami educational robots feature a tie-in with the Jurassic World companion app, and allow users to drag-and-drop code to make the dinosaurs move. The robots can light up, make noise, dance, complete basic movement actions and engage in a variety of other interactions. The dinosaur robots can be charged through Micro USB and the charger looks like a piece of meat that is inserted into the dinosaur's mouth.

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