Robots Teaching Kids How to Code

Play-i Inc. is using robots created with 3-D printers to teach kids how to code. The seven person team is on a mission to make computer programming fun and easy.

Over the past year, the team at Play-i, Inc.has been refining its vision, developing robot prototypes on its 3-D printer and receiving a $1 million venture investment from Google Ventures, Madrona Venture Group and others.

Along with the robots, the Play-i app allows children to choose between a series of icons to create a command series. An example of one of the command series that could be created would be if a child dragged and dropped a picture of an airplane, a front arrow and red lights, the robot would make the noise of airplane taking off, glide forward and then flash its red lights.

Read more about the robots and the capability to teach children to code.

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