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This robot teach can teach you how to code by climbing on walls

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Some robots make people feel like climbing the wall, and other robots climb the walls themselves.

Root a new code-teaching robot is the latest in a long line of teaching bots designed to inspire students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) studies. However, this bot, still in Kickstarter mode, is different. 

First of all, it’s designed to teach coding skills to everyone from kindergarten to adulthood. Second, it’s potentially more fun than most because it’s programming can be carried out vertically — or at least on any wall with metal behind or on it, which may make it the perfect classroom robot since there’s a metal-backed whiteboard at the front of most classrooms. Read more…

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