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Mr. Robot II

SKU: W45024
A Pitsco Exclusive
$3,780.00 (USD)
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Availability: In Stock

Description

Rebooted and ready for your classroom!

Mr. Robot II is a new and improved iteration of your favorite Mr. Robot with new features such as control using the PRIZM® Robotics Controller in combination with the new TETRIX® Tele-Op Control Module, TorqueNADO® motors, and an ultrasonic sensor.

Perfect for a capstone project or makerspace, the Mr. Robot II kit comes with everything needed to build and program a five-foot-tall robot that can move forward and backward, lift at the shoulders, bend at the elbows, and turn its head, not to mention take your students’ interest in robotics to the absolute max.

Sold unassembled only.

Details

Type: Robotics Sets Grades: 9-12

Safety

  • California Proposition 65 Warning:

    WARNING: This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm.

What You'll Get

Downloads

Resources

Learning Values

Science
  • Stability
  • Problem-solving
  • Modeling
  • Compound machines
Technology
  • Construction techniques
  • Troubleshooting
  • Construction processes
  • Accuracy
Engineering
  • Defining problems
  • Identifying components
  • Scale and structure
  • Teamwork
Math
  • Congruent shapes
  • Measuring lengths
  • Patterns
  • Symbols
  • Symmetry

Specifications

  • Quantity: All elements needed to build one Mr. Robot II according to the digitally delivered build instructions
  • Weight: Approximately 38 lb
  • Size: Approximate built dimensions 58" x 22" x 18"

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“[Mr. Robot] is an educator. I don’t have the answers. I am simply a guide. The students are learning so many things on their own as they work to hack the robot. I watched a student spend a great deal of time trying to build a hand that operates with a servo motor. This was the best gear lesson this student could have received. I have students once afraid to code now studying code and creating commands I didn’t know were possible to make him move and operate. He is a big science experiment – we just can’t wait to run a program and see if it works.”

– Aaron Maurer, instructional coach, Bettendorf, Iowa