When blocks meet motors and sensors?
The Gorilla building robot is an example of the perfect combination of building blocks, motors, and sensors in the Robot Q series. First, install the battery and build the model, then turn on the power and connect to the STEM robot via Bluetooth, and finally write a program to control the robot. Sensors can sense colors (red, blue, and others) and infrared (distance 0-7), equivalent to the robot's eyes. When a sensor on the nose of the Gorilla robot kit senses a prop banana, the Gorilla chases the banana forward. Kids can also hold a prop banana and let the Gorilla robot chase them around. This fun way of play will retain kids’ attention. Our robotic building kit has 20 different fun ways for kids to discover and enjoy.