Teach Programming, Engineering, Math, and Science with Scribbler Robot
The pre-assembled Scribbler S3 robot is suitable for introducing programming with the Graphical User Interface (S3 GUI) tile-based programming tools which look like puzzle pieces. For advanced students, it can also be programmed with Python, PropBASIC and C language.
Fun - Follow lines, Draw shapes, Navigate a room or a maze, Roam toward light, Flash lights, Play music, Dance, Immitate an ambulance, Send Morse Code, and much more!
Beginner-friendly - No programming or robotics experience needed
Understandable - Included text provides easy-to-follow tutorials. Curriculum includes videos and step by step instructions.
Programmable - Graphic Programming Language looks like puzzle pieces, is easy to learn, and introduces concepts found in most programming languages.
Connectable - USB cable to connect to PC for programming, then disconnect for autonomous roaming and other activities.
Autonomous - Touch, light and infrared sensors let the robot navigate on its own.
Durable - Thick, brushed-aluminum chassis, rugged plastic case, and servo motors will last for many years. Rugged wheels and continuous rotation servo motors for accurate control.
Communicable - LED lights, speaker, phototransistors, and infrared emitter/receiver pairs provide fun methods of sending and receiving feedback.
Battery Powered - LiPo Battery (recharges with USB power)
Sensible - 3 light sensors, 2 obstacle avoidance sensors, 2 line following sensors
Scribbler Robot Package
- by teachers, students, and parents
for ages 12 and up,
for girlscouts and clubs,
for robotics clubs,
for applying STEM, science, and common core math concepts,
for teaching Python, C, and other computer languages,
for reaching technology literacy (STL) benchmarks,
for Career Tech Ed - stimulate interest in STEM, Information Technology, Engineering,
for SKILLS USA - stimulate interest in Information Technology, Mechatronics, and Engineering
8 pre-programmed play modes - Just add batteries and you are ready to starting using the robot's sensors and capabilities including object detection, avoid objects, line sensing, draw an image, sense light, etc.
Driven by the P8X32A Propeller microcontroller with eight processing cogs
Bi-color LEDs - Provide visual feedback, show program modes, indicate line following guides
Includes two independent DC wheel motors (with stall sensors) and wheel encoders - Allows for precise maneuvering, maze navigation and distance control
Integrated pen port - Draw anything you can imagine, letters, numbers, pictures, etc.
Integrated speaker - Play tunes, add sounds feedback, phone dial, play songs, etc.
Integrated hacker port - for connection to external sensors, RF devices and servos.
Power requirements: LiPo Battery (recharges with USB power).
System Requirements: Windows (XP/Vista/7) and internet access to download the software.
Communication: Serial programming interface to PC
Dimensions: 7.4 x 6.25 x 3.2 in (188 x 158.8 x 81 mm)
Operating temp range: +50 to +104 °F (+10 to +40 °C)