Top 5 Best Robotic Gadgets Your Kid Must Have

Top 5 Best Robotic Gadgets Your Kid Must Have

– [Voiceover] For ages, the dog has been man’s best friend. We want to introduce you
to man’s new best friend. Meet Chip. Chip is a robotic dog that’s much more than just a cool gadget. Chip is an interactive pet that there’s to greet you at the door. With a smart band, Chip recognizes who his owner is. – [Man] Hey, have you
seen my other slipper? Have you seen my other slipper? (robotic dog barks) – [Voiceover] And shows
affection to them when near. (contented whimpering) Chimp is obedient, and
can follow commands. But he also learns new things, so you can teach him tricks. And the smarter Chip
becomes, the more badges he earns. When you like what you see, just press the “like” button on the band, which can encourage him to behave or be a little mischievous. Your choices change Chip’s behavior, and shapes his personality,
so that no two Chips (contended whimpering and barking) are ever alike. Chip is a connected experience. He has a translator. (whimpering) – What is it, Chip? – [Voiceover] So you can
understand his thoughts. (barking) He comes with his own smart ball, so you can play fetch
and stay active together. He also has sensors, so he can maneuver around obstacles with ease. And with the mobile
app, you can feed Chip. It shows you care. And that’s important. Because when you’re in need, no matter it big or small, he’s there for you. With his beacon sense technology, Chip is fully aware of his surroundings. – [Man] Seriously, no one’s seen it? This is like the fifth time. – [Voiceover] He even knows how to return to his bed when it’s time for a charge, so he never runs out of energy. Chip is a smart device. Chip is a robot. Chip is a dog. (barking) But most importantly, Chip is a friend. (barking) The best kind. (upbeat, energetic music) – [Voiceover] Introducing Robo Wunderkind, a revolutionary robotics
kit for kids of all ages, which can be programmed and controlled with smart phones and tablets. Robo cubes can be
attached from either side, so you can make different robots. – Two years ago, I was
studying computer science at the Vienna University of Technology, and I was building robots
on Arduino platform. My friends were fascinated
by what I was doing, and they also wanted to
build their own robots, but there’s no fun and simple way for them to get started. This is why I decided to create a robot that would be easy to build and code and be accessible for everyone. – We’re inventing different electronics, such as micro controllers,
sensors, motors, and giving camera onto the cubes. This way, kids can easily
build unique robots with different functions and in any shape they can imagine. (dramatic, suspenseful music) (electronic beep) (exclamation) (electronic beep) (upbeat, cheerful music) – Hi, I’m Seifer, the designer of Vortex. Vortex is a revolutionary
product for children. It is a smart and
responsive robot that kids can play with and program. Using the Vortex and apps, kids can play different games, learn about robotics, and even create their own. Playing with Vortex is
incredibly fun and easy, thanks to its unified
system and intuitive app. For example, the bumping
fight is a sumo-style party game suitable for multiple players. The computer inside Vortex has sensors to detect motions like hitting, spinning, or being still. Vortex embraces new
technologies, and allows users to experience them. The Fugitive is a unique
game with augmented reality motion tracking technology. Children already love playing with our Vortex prototypes, and we can’t wait for kids everywhere to
get their own Vortex. Vortex is compatible
with both iOS and Android devices, and comes with an open SD kit. Anyone who wants to
develop a game for Vortex is empowered to do so,
because every Vortex is a death kit. The only limit: your imagination. Vortex’s app allows kids to
learn to program their robots in a fun, simple, and
educational environment. By abstracting complicated actions and visualizing the
process, the app teaches the basics of programming
without any coding or advanced skill. Learning by doing has never been easier. Just drag, drop, and hit “upload.” That simple. We wanted to make a great product, and to do it, we gathered the best people from industrial design, user experience, hardware, software, and game development. For the past two years,
Vortex has undergone countless revisions and improvements, and we know that only through this process can we create a product
that won’t disappoint our future inventors. Vortex is built on Arduino, an open-source hardware platform. It can see and speak by using infrared, gray scale, and sound speakers. Vortex can find its way around obstacles, tech lines, and report back to you. (electronic squeek) We’ve pre-installed the program and done the assembling. Vortex is fun right out of the box. Just open the app, switch
it on, and start exploring. Vortex is also designed to be highly customizable, with colorful
parts, stickers, maps. – Hello, Internet. My name’s Kevin King,
founder of Plum Geek. I’m here today to introduce Ringo. Ringo is a palm-sized robot
based on the Aduino Uno. He’s perfect for any robotics enthusiast. The wide range of smarts
and sensors we’ve included will challenge and entertain even the most advanced programmers, yet
he’s still a perfect fit for anyone taking their
first steps into robotics or programming. Ringo ships with 10 interesting
behaviors pre-loaded, so you can start having fun
as soon as you open the box. You can activate and control the behaviors with the included remote-control. The light chase. Here, Ringo uses the three light sensors to track and follow the light. The pretty glow’s coming
from the two lights on his underside. You can make these any colors you want. The line follow. Here, he’s using the edge
sensors under his feelers to see the line. His eye flashes green when
the sensor on that side sees the line. The finger nipper. Here, he’s using his accelorometer in determining which
direction he’s pushed from. Then he attacks in that direction. The scaredy bug. Similar example, but he runs the opposite direction when disturbed. In this example, the gyroscope is used to keep Ringo pointed a specific direction even when disturbed. Wind him up like a clock and let him go. He returns to the starting position. Pretty cool, huh? After you learn how the sensors work with the pre-loaded
examples, you can customize them with your own personal touch, by editing our
easy-to-understand example code. This is a great way to
learn the basic structure of how a program works,
and to move towards more advanced skills. You can make him come to life, like he has a real personality. He drives around using
a pair of pager motors. The tips of the motors make
contact with the surface on either side. Both motors can run in either direction and at variable speed. This makes him very maneuverable. Ringo can determine where he is, how he’s moving, and where he’s pointing, thanks to an on-board
accelerometer and gyroscope. He can be programmed to use these sensors to go in straight lines and to travel specific distances. This control lip can be made a bit sloppy on purpose, which results
in a characteristic buggy swagger. No swag. A bit of swag. Lots of swag. It’s as easy as changing
a variable in your code. He can show you how he’s feeling with six RGB LEDs. These are the same lights
used in neopixel products from Adafruit. Each can be made to show any color you can think of, and
then it can be controlled individually. Ringo can see light from 360 degrees, using three sensors. He can determine the direction
of light and shadows. There’s sensors under the
feelers that can be used to follow a line, sense edges, and avoid jumping off your table. Thanks to an on-board TV remote control receiver, you
can trigger and control behaviors with a remote,
or teach him to respond to just about any other TV remote. He has three infrared light sources pointed 120 degrees
apart, which can be used to communicate with other Ringo bots, appliances like your TV, or used together with the light sensors to sense objects or movement nearby. (jazzy music)

100 Replies to “Top 5 Best Robotic Gadgets Your Kid Must Have”

  1. this is really sad. Kids need more kids to be happy. a ball and social space is enough. Kids need other kids to learn how to make friends, make friendship stronger and stronger …and make a better world… but this, is to make kids more emotionally crippled, socially handicaped, more prone to give up on social space and nature, bad for the future of nature, communities, society and planet

  2. извинете исках да кажа че тези роботи не показвате уважение към истинските кучета

  3. с тези роботи така не показвате уважение към истинските кучета

  4. If kids getting a chip will show their parents that they're responsible and they might buy the dog their kids always wanted.

  5. I'm getting chip when i vo home in Colorado Springs But I'm in new York City i miss my mom and dad

  6. My dog is better than chip he never needs to charge and never Needs to be manually fed and plays with me all the time

    Why so obsessed with a damn robot dog instead of spending about $200 on a robot dog get a real dog from a shelter

  7. There's quite a bit of overreaction in the comments (usual youtube though). Robots aren't meant to replace pets, or people, they're tools and toys. I've had pets all my life, I loved them like family and still think these things are cool on their on way. I'm also sure they're great for people who only want the playful part of it and not all the responsibility that comes with a living being, way too many of our animal friends are abandoned by irresponsible fools that could have bought a toy instead.

  8. I need a chip 😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢

  9. battle em… trade em wit yuor friend… collect em all… each sold separetly… battries not includded… YAWN….

  10. Oh my lord! People! A robot dog!? It costs more money than a REAL one! You people have gone pshyco! I have 2 dogs and I would NEVER replace them with a TOY. This world makes me sick.😒

  11. Ok, 1, the oragami thing looks incredibly difficult to put together. 2, what kind of 4 year old has a smartphone!? 3, that is the most boring toy, I have something very similar for only 5 bucks. Not worth the money.😒

  12. Ok the Bortex one, cool, but like, why would a freaking 2 year old want to learn about robotics? Wait till you're 15 kid.😒

  13. Ringo, okay so all it does is move around? Yeah you can "play" with it, but it basically does nothing. And "programming" it? I don't think a little kid would want to do that.😒

  14. Cool, Robot becoe more andmore popular, it's not perfect to repalce to other things, while it's really got a lot of advantages, just like Mabaoha toy robot, it can offer a lot fun to kids, and also can teach kids a lot of thing, So i think it's worthy to try, just treat it as a toy or a gift.

  15. Wow I’m shocked i have chip and dogs chip is nothing compared to my dogs very stupid to hear this if you have a dog and chip you know to give attention to your REAL DOG

  16. OMG, THOR's new IDENTITY, 4:06

    It is THOR's kid ? IMPOSSIBLE!

    10 years later.

    Me: I cannot live with a 1000 THORS in this world!

    1 million years later


    Earth is in thunder. We can call it Thunder earth. Thunder Earth made History!

    Billion years later

    sun trying to attack earth but earth trying to stop sun by thunder powers

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