ROBOTIX BLOG

Welcome to the Robotix Blog!

This Blog aims to provide resources, research, information and global events in the STEM, Robotics & coding fields.

We are excited about sharing and exchanging ideas about learning & education.

We hope Parents, educators & those interested in K12 STEM education will find these articles interesting.

Our mission is to make the next generation of children "Future Ready"

PHIRO SMARTPHONE MOUNT

Phiro Smartphone Mount Wonder how you can make a movie with Phiro or send it on a spy mission? Imagine the possibilities using Phiro’s Smartphone Mount! When we first created the SmartPhone Mount, it looked like this picture below: Notice how it is attached to Phiro and you can place any Smartphone as the attachment

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PHIRO ARDUINO SHIELD AND ADAPTER

Phiro Arduino Shield and Adapter We are so excited about Phiro’s Arduino Compatibility and Connectivity as this enables endless tinkering and inventing for children! We have created the Phiro Arduino Shield for our Kickstarter backers! The Bluetooth enabled Phiro Arduino Shield can be connected to an Arduino UNO board which can be programmed and controlled via the Pocke

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PHIRO SET TO JOIN ARDUINO AND MAKER COMMUNITIES!

Phiro set to join Arduino and Maker Communities! We are super excited to share this exciting & paradigm-shifting news about Arduino, Phiro robots and Pocket Code mobile apps on smartphones. For the first time in the world a Phiro robot and Arduino board can be programmed and controlled wirelessly via Bluetooth, BOTH SIMULTANEOUSLY using the

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PHIRO DESIGN – GOLDEN RATIO

Phiro Design – Golden ratio The name Phiro is a play on the Greek letter "Phi – ϕ” which is a symbol of the Golden Ratio, and "Ro” for Robot. The design of Phiro is that of a futuristic automobile which follows the Golden Ratio. The Golden Ratio "Phi – ϕ” is a mathematical ratio found in nature

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PHIRO’S DESIGN EVOLUTION

Phiro’s Design Evolution When we first decided to make Phiro, we brainstormed and ideated internally, coming up with funny & funky design ideas, trying to imagine what kids would like in a robot. We realized that the more effective approach was to create a design, test it out with kids, parents and educators, and learn &

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RECREATING ROBOTIX

Research from MIT Media Lab, Tufts University and others have shown that digital technology and robotics is an effective way for kids to develop innovative thinking, problem solving, computational thinking, coding and STEM skills. Since 2009, Robotix has been pushing the boundaries of robotics and STEM education in private schools in India.

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