MAKE at CES 2013: Hands on with Cubelets

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MAKE at CES 2013: Hands on with Cubelets

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MAKE_Conference_Badge-CESI was so happy to see Modular Robotics at CES. They’re the makers of Cubelets, a modular robotic construction kit for kids that we’ve posted about before. Here at CES, they’re showing off their kits and Emily Plage was happy to give MAKE readers a demo. In the video above, she shows us a few of the cubes and the robots they’ve created with them. They have a new Bluetooth module which lets you control the bots with an Android phone or reprogram them via PC. They’re even showing a 3D-printed prototype of an adapter so that Cubelets can be used with Lego bricks.

10 thoughts on “MAKE at CES 2013: Hands on with Cubelets

  1. MAKE | MAKE at CES 2013: So Long, CES! says:

    […] the maker-related stories were out there at both the big and small booths. On the small side, Modular Robotics was demonstrating their Cubelets robotics platform at a little table off the beaten…. Their new Bluetooth cube opens up the platform not only for wireless communication, but also for […]

  2. MAKE at CES 2013: So Long, CES! says:

    […] the maker-related stories were out there at both the big and small booths. On the small side, Modular Robotics was demonstrating their Cubelets robotics platform at a little table off the beaten…. Their new Bluetooth cube opens up the platform not only for wireless communication, but also for […]

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    […] MAKE at CES 2013: Hands on with Cubelets […]

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    […] about Cubelets at CES 2013, collected together by 3ders.org featuring pieces by MAKE and […]

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    […] year at CES, I got my first hands on with Cubelets by Modular Robotics. This year, they’re back with the more advanced MOSS Robot Construction […]

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Matt Richardson is a San Francisco-based creative technologist and Contributing Editor at MAKE. He’s the co-author of Getting Started with Raspberry Pi and the author of Getting Started with BeagleBone.

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