Programming and customization offers development opportunities for coders of all levels.
Here are some of the most innovative robots, drones, and AI applications seen among the international startups in Eureka Park 2019.
The July 4 holiday week saw funding for companies developing self-driving capabilities for vehicles, robots, and other devices.
Recent funding transactions in the robotics and AI space include investments in the military, automotive, factory automation, and medical arenas.
Apple Camp is adding a “Coding Games and Programming Robots” course that will teach kids how to program Sphero robots using Tynker.
The Sphero SPRK+ robot ball is designed to inspire curiosity, creativity, and invention through connected play and coding.
An engineer uses an Apple Watch to control a Sphero robot ball using hand gestures.
Sphero is using CWIST’s web platform to power the SPRK Lightning Lab, an online educational community that teaches anyone how to program Sphero robots.
Sphero SPRK is designed to inspire tomorrow’s inventors and innovators. Powered by a new app experience, kids give their robot the orders with visual blocks representing code.
A follow-up to the well-known and fairly popular Sphero robot, Ollie is a remote control robot toy that takes commands from your iPhone or Android device.
With over 30 apps available for download and more on the way, Sphero 2.0 provides you with plenty of gaming thrills.