Phiro Smartphone Mount

Wonder how you can make a movie with Phiro or send it on a spy mission? Imagine the possibilities using Phiro’s Smartphone Mount! When we first created the SmartPhone Mount, it looked like this picture below: Notice how it is attached to Phiro and you can place any Smartphone as the attachment can extend to … Continue reading Phiro Smartphone Mount

Phiro set to join Arduino and Maker Communities!

We are super excited to share this exciting & paradigm-shifting news about Arduino, Phiro robots and Pocket Code mobile apps on smartphones. For the first time in the world a Phiro robot and Arduino board can be programmed and controlled wirelessly via bluetooth, BOTH SIMULTANEOUSLY using the Pocket Code app on a smartphone! Till today … Continue reading Phiro set to join Arduino and Maker Communities!

ROBOTIX + FORD Teaching Coding and Robotics to Underprivileged Kids in India

We are very excited to announce that Robotix has partnered with Ford Motor Company, India, through their Light House Project initiative, to teach Coding and Robotics to 50 underprivileged girls and boys at the Kannagi Nagar School, Chennai, India. This 20 week program, designed specially for these children started in July 2015. We were honored … Continue reading ROBOTIX + FORD Teaching Coding and Robotics to Underprivileged Kids in India

Coding Adventures: Tynker’s Kickstarter Campaign

Our friends at Tynker have launched a Kickstarter Campaign called “Tynker Coding Adventures”, a game-based platform that teaches kids programming. These fun games gives children an exciting new way to learn how to code, solving multi-level challenges like repairing a flying castle on Turing’s tower or defeating a Goblin King on Goblin Quest. Want to … Continue reading Coding Adventures: Tynker’s Kickstarter Campaign

Hole In The Wall

We love this story and initiative! Hole In The Wall is an innovative learning methodology conceived by Dr. Sugata Mitra with the question that if children were given free and unsupervised access to a computer, what would they do? In 1999, Dr. Mitra placed a freely accessible computer, without any instructions, inside a “hole-in-the-wall” in … Continue reading Hole In The Wall