Kamigami robots are insect-building fun for the whole family


Kamigami robots are insect-building fun for the whole family
Mattel and Dash Robotics today released a new line of educational toys in the form of insect-like robot origami kits. After checking out two of the bots, called Kamigami, I’d recommend them to any parent with a curious kid who’s into science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). The company behind Kamigami wanted to create something that drew its inspiration from the ancient Japanese art of origami while at the same time integrating modern technology like robotics and Bluetooth connectivity. It takes about 30 minutes to fold together your robot, each of which is held together by little plastic rivets that…

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