Programmable bricks teach children the basics of robotics

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Robo Wunderkind is a new kind of toy that lets its users build a robot completely as they want using module bricks. It’s designed to get children from five upwards thinking as engineers and coders, and it looks like a lot of fun. The company raised over USD 246,000 back in 2015 using Kickstarter, then another USD 500,000 in 2016 from a round of investment - giving it the capital to move forward with its product that it's aiming to have delivered by August this year. The Robo Wunderkind kits are made from a variety of modules, blocks that have…

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