NAO-Sports Robot

NAO is a programmable robot; powered by Intel ATOM processor and having sensors, communication devices, motors, sound devices, and other peripheral components. NAO is developed by Aldebaran Robotics, a French start up company headquartered in Paris.

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BIOLOID

BIOLOID is an educational robotic kit for building various robots such as an autonomous exploration robot, puppy robot, and other shapes you can imagine and supported by mechanic parts in the kit.

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Curiosity Rover

Has anyone ever been to Mars? No, not yet! The distance from Earth to Mars varies from 56 million km to 600 million km.

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VEX

VEX Robotics Design is a robotic kit to introduce students as well as adults to the world of robotics. VEX robotics kit comes with motors, wheels, gears, and other structural parts.

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TETRIX

TETRIX is a robot metal building system designed to work with the LEGO® MINDSTORMS NXT brick through the use of the Hard Point Connector.

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Color Sensor

Color sensor provides color screening capabilities to the robot. Color sensor provides three unique functions – distinguishes between six colors; works as a light sensor detecting light intensities, and color lamp emitting red, green or blue light.

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Ultrasonic Sensor

Ultrasonic sensor provides vision capabilities to the robot. Ultrasonic sensor helps robot judge distances and identifies the object locations.

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Touch Sensor

Touch sensor provides touch sense capabilities to the robot. The touch sensor works on pressure concept, and detects when the button is pressed or released.

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Servo Motor

The Servo Motor allows robot to move and interact with its surroundings, and provides the motion capabilities to your robot.

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LEGO NXT Brick

LEGO® NXT Brick is an important component in the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® kit. The programs written on computer are loaded to NXT brick to perform various tasks.

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Flow Chart

A flowchart is a type of diagram that represents an algorithm or process, showing the steps as boxes of various kinds, and their order by connecting these with arrows.

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