Ozobot, the world’s smallest intelligent robot, announced that product pre-orders are available online at Ozobot.com now through October 3rd. Ozobot is also currently available for purchase at the MOMA museum store in New York City. Ozobot’s first free apps, OzoDraw and OzoLuck, are available for download on Android devices and will be available soon on iOS devices.
Just in time for back to school, Ozobot offers kids and techies an expressive way to learn and play with robotics in a variety of social and interactive settings. Measuring slightly over an inch in stature, the world’s most compact intelligent toy follows the path of mazes, tracks and playgrounds the user creates on a tablet, smartphone and even on paper and game boards. Draw your own moves on paper or drag and drop them on tablets and smart phones. The robot follows the user’s instructions or moves autonomously, and for more complex gaming Ozobot can memorize and play back up to 500 moves.
The first Ozobot apps are available for Android and will be available soon for iOS. OzoDraw is perfect for kids and explores Ozobot’s color-coding while the user creates intricate paths, mazes and designs. OzoLuck is a modern day game of chance with Ozobot cruising through a labyrinth with customizable exits to decide the user’s fate. Soon to launch, OzoGroove lets music and dance lovers choreograph Ozobot’s moves to favorite songs.
By capturing the imagination and letting the user experience games like never before, Ozobot teaches everyone from kids to adults how to learn basic to advanced programming skills, code language, robotic behavior and deductive reasoning through interactive play.
The multi-award winning product was first unveiled at the International CES 2014 as the world’s smallest intelligent robot. Forbes Magazine noted that Ozobot “…takes the physical-electronic play space in a fresh direction.”