mBot is the Best-seller on Maker Faire New York 2015

Maker Faire, the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth, held at the New York Hall of Science in Queens, NY, over the weekend of September 26-27, 2015, experienced record numbers of attendees and Makers as well as a variety of firsts that enhanced Maker Faire Week and extended the reach of the Faire. Buzz from the Faire is still going strong with Makers, attendees, media, and industry insiders discussing high points of the weekend and the global impact of the Maker Movement.

In which, Makeblock mBot, the educational arduino robot for kids to learn programming with scratch-based software, becomes the best-seller and highly recommended by  Maker Shed here.

mBot Bluetooth version which can be controlled by mobile app to complete some tasks like line-following, wall avoidance, dancing, speed up and more by one button.

button

Kids love to play soccer with mBots after controlled by joysticks.

joystick to play mbot soccer

What’s more, users can even program a game with PC or Pad with corresponding software –mBlock and  mBlockly easily.

mblockly interface

mBot 2.4G version is designed for class teaching, when multiple mBots are woking at the same time. There are over 1000 schools and educational institutions domestically to cooperate with Makeblock.
In a word, mBot is favored by kids and parents who loves programming, electronics and robotics. Free your imagination, your first step to programming is Makeblock mBot!

Contact Information:
Company Name: Shenzhen Maker Works Technology Co., Ltd.

Email for General: info@makeblock.cc

Email for PR: pr@makeblock.cc

Email for Sales: sales@makeblock.cc

Address: Building C3, Floor 4th, Nanshan Zhiyuan, Xueyuan Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen 518057 China
Phone/Fax: +86 0755 26392228 ext. 8085

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  • Posted on October 9, 2015 - 2:52 pm
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