Artie 3000 Robot – The Coding Drawing STEM Toy

Educational Insights Artie 3000 The Coding Drawing Robot, STEM Toy

You write the code and Artie 3000 Robot draws the lines! Easy to learn and cool to create with, Artie 3000 also comes ready to draw with preprogrammed designs, shapes, and games.

Last update was on: September 19, 2020 12:17 pm

This toy was built with 3 fundamentals in mind: STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and STEM-powered fun; Introduces the basics of coding; Fuels creativity and imagination
Artie 3000 is Wi-Fi-enabled, Kids can learn how to code shapes and patterns on a Mac, PC, or tablet. Small but mighty.

Kids will program their creations using the robot’s built-in apps, and then Artie will draw it right on any piece of paper using one of the four included washable markers. You can use your own markers if it’s between 8 to 10.5 millimeter diameter thickness. After Artie is all powered up, his own Wi-Fi connection will show up on your own device settings. Patience is the key! Wait a bit and Let your device get fully connected.
The pack comes with three very useful cards to start out, which I have dubbed the Artie Bible. They break down how to code shapes that are categorized as easy (a square), medium (a mandala), and hard (a game board, such as tic-tac-toe). Kids can use these instructions to start off coding the basics for the first time, or they can use one of the preprogrammed artwork, games, and shapes to get a feel for basic coding.


Artie UI is the starting point. Kids can go beyond, using other popular computer languages. After they mastered Artie UI, they can move onto more difficult and challenging coding languages as listed below:

Starting Point: The Artie UI (User Inetrface) is your starting point for learning to code with Artie. You will learn to program Artie using drag and drop command blocks. Try it out!

Beginner:
Remote Control: Use your mouse to click the buttons, or use the arrow keys on your keyboard to move Artie in all directions
Point & Click: Using your mouse, click the simulation grid to draw a picture. Artie will follow along
Blockly: Using the same drag-and-drop commands as the Artie UI, Blockly lets you explore more advanced programming techniques

Advanced:
Snap!: Snap! is similar to Blockly, but with even more advanced coding functions for serious study of computer science
Python: Develop a program for Artie using Python, a high-level, multipurpose programming language
Javascript: Write code for Artie using one of most popular computer languages

Kids write the code and Artie 3000 Robot connects those dots. This bot helps to coding and fuels their creativity and imaginations while they’re learning. Kids can test their program on the online simulator, then set Artie on any sheet of paper and Watch as he draws what is programmed! It is the cutest coding robot.

There is a new coding toy in the market now (in 2020). It’s the Learning Resources Botley 2.0 Coding Robot. It will be one of the bestseller toys going up to the Christmas. Visit the page, you might like it.

Features of Artie 3000 Robot

• Children will learn programming, geometry and maths, while creating cool, colourful designs!
• The easy-to-use drag and drop programming can be used on a Mac, PC or tablet
• Extend coding knowledge further with Artie’s additional browser-based languages: Javascript, Blockly, Point & Click, Python and Remote Control
• Four modes of play: pre-programmed shapes, games, art for colouring and freeform coding
• Pack Includes WiFi-enabled drawing robot; drag and drop visual programming software; 4 colored markers; and quick-start guide
• Artie requires 4 AA batteries (not included); Product Dimensions: 7 x 5 x 8 inches

Last update was on: September 19, 2020 12:17 pm

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