BinaryBots take physical computing to the classroom

December 13, 2018 //By Julien Happich
BinaryBots take physical computing to the classroom
In a distribution deal with Leeds-based BinaryBots, development distributor Premier Farnell will bring educational robotics kits to classrooms, supporting creativity and confidence building in young coders across the globe.

BinaryBots' range of STEM products will be distributed through Farnell element14 in Europe, Newark element14 in the Americas and element14 in Asia Pacific. The robot starter kits help teachers make Physical Computing and core STEM principles simple and fun for children aged eight years old and above. With a strong focus on accessibility and affordability, their products include a ‘Cardboard2Code’ beginners range, and the more advanced Planet Totem range of mechanical animals which can be programmed to respond to a variety of real world actions.

Everything required to develop a BinaryBots robotics kit comes in the box, including a BBC micro:bit, step-by-step instructions and online videos, and lesson plans. BinaryBots are also compatible with the Raspberry Pi.

Farnell element14 - www.farnell.com


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