RoboBrrd from RobotGrrl Erin

RoboBrrd is an animatronic character designed to be utilized as a tangible physical interface to interact with learning applications for elementary school students. A Smart Robot Bird. A Edutainment aid Bot Avian.

RoboBrrd from RobotGrrl

Impy RoboBrrd – Nicknamed ‘Impy’, short for ‘Important’. This is the latest RoboBrrd, and the official prototype that sparked the creation of an Instructable and intense documentation for the RoboBrrd robots! Impy uses a standard Arduino as a brain and has a NFC reader to see what hats it is wearing.

RoboBrrd from RobotGrrl Erin

With RoboBrrd being a tangible physical interface, the students will interact with RoboBrrd to control the in-game character within the learning application, and RoboBrrd will motivate the students to keep playing with chirps and celebratory dances. Different behaviours in RoboBrrd will be unlocked for every level that is beat,

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