Introducing the ALBERT UO and ALBERT SCHOOL: Interactive Robotic Aliens for Education and Fun
Discover the perfect blend of education and entertainment with the ALBERT UO and ALBERT SCHOOL robotic aliens. These innovative devices are designed to engage children aged 7 and up in learning programming, robotics, and various STEM concepts. With their intuitive design, easy-to-use interface, and compatibility with various operating systems, ALBERT UO and ALBERT SCHOOL are perfect additions to any learning environment.
Technical Specifications: ALBERT UO and ALBERT SCHOOL
Both ALBERT UO and ALBERT SCHOOL come equipped with advanced features, ensuring a seamless and interactive learning experience. The key specifications include:
- Dimensions and Weight: The ALBERT UO measures 100x105x130 mm and weighs 330g, while the ALBERT SCHOOL is slightly larger at 115x105x130 mm and weighs 230g.
- LEDs: Both robots have multicolored LEDs in each eye and a red LED for the card reader. The ALBERT UO also features blue LEDs in the robot’s base.
- Sensors: Both models come equipped with proximity sensors, optical identification sensors, 3-axis acceleration sensors, light sensors, temperature sensors, low battery sensors, and touch sensors.
- Motors: ALBERT UO uses two stepper motors, while ALBERT SCHOOL uses two DC motors.
- Sound: Both robots have a 1.5 W speaker for buzzing sounds.
- Communication: Both devices use Bluetooth 4.0 BLE for communication.
- Compatible Operating Systems: Android 4.4 and PC (with Dongle)
- Battery: Both robots use a Lipo Li-Polymer 3.7V (1600mAh) battery, providing approximately 5 hours of usage.
- Functions: Both devices use their own coding cards and are compatible with various apps, such as Scratch (using PC), Stack Card, Stack, Controller, Music Coding, Math Coding, English Coding, and many more.
Learn and Play with Your First Robotic Alien
Follow the simple steps below to connect your ALBERT robot with the Scratch Offline Editor and begin programming:
- Turn on your ALBERT robot.
- Connect the Albert Dongle (USB) to your PC.
- Visit scratch.mit.edu/scratch2download and install Adobe Air and Scratch Offline Editor.
- Download and install the appropriate program for your PC (Windows 64bit or 32bit).
- Run the downloaded file and execute the program in your driver C AlbertCoding> AlbertCoding> nw.exe.
- After running the nw.exe program, find your ALBERT robot and click on Level1 / Level2 / Level3 to start.
Don’t wait any longer – get to know your first robotic alien and embark on an unforgettable learning adventure with the ALBERT UO and ALBERT SCHOOL robots!