Tinkerbots makers launch Lomo, a Lego style coding toy without use of a screen
from I4U News
Kids can write code just by placing special Lego bricks on a board to control a robot. German Kinematics GmbH, known for the popular Tinkerbots, launch Lomo, a coding game that introduces children ages 4-10 to the world of programming, without any screens. Most STEM coding toys require an app or a computer to code. Kinematics came up with a simple but powerful concept of writing code by placing special Lego compatible bricks on a board. With the push of a button, the Lomo command blocks light up as the commands are executed by the robot.
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