This prototype, which consists of an Arduino Pro Mini and associated sensors and motors, is the work of Gabriel Paciornik, a student at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Israel.
Plick is an interactive building toy. It is made of different robotic parts that are connected through elastic wiring. The behavior of the toy can be “programmed” by clicking the various parts in different combinations. The connection is made with this special elastic wiring that allows the toy to be attached to everyday objects, to other toys, furniture, body parts, and make them interactive by themselves.
2 thoughts on “Plick, a Kid-Friendly Robotics Set”
“College of Engineering ‘AND’ Design”
Feels like they´re a few steps ahead in Israel and have realized to bring together disciplines which – in fact – depend on each other.
Stereotypes like nerdy engineers and artsy designers never, or, err, rarely “really” apply in real life.
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