[MIK2018] Roboworks Exhibits an Educational Drone-Robot that Moves by Personal Coding
2018-09-02, Dooyoung Shin Reporter
Roboworks introduced an educational drone and robot which allows anyone to learn coding in an easy and fun manner in the 'MIK 2018 Conference&Networking Party' held last August 23 (Thu) at The-K Hotel, Yangjae.
The coding educational drone and robot introduced in this event are ▲'Linky' which allows one to learn coding easily even without a PC, ▲'CoDrone' a coding educational drone that makes use of drones, ▲'Rokit Smart' which allows users to assemble a robot themselves, and ▲'Cubeworks' a special art block robot. Through these, users can learn coding while playing in various ways.
Linky is a coding robot that can be used by all ages, and users can learn anything from simple coding up to high-level programming. CoDrone supports coding methods such as Scratch-Arduino, and it enables anyone to enjoy and easily accomplish flying and coding a drone. Cubeworks allows anyone, including preschool children, to assemble and learn the principles of a robot and coding to enhance their creativity and imagination.
In particular, the block robot can express various objects even with a few quantity as they can be connected vertically, horizontally and back to back. Additionally, it can be integrated into the robot system to create not only a robot control that makes many features possible, but also a robot with personalized skills using numerous sensors.
Robolink is researching and developing various coding-education contents, along with robot edutainment, to vitalize the local and overseas software education. Various educational materials including SW are distributed for free in the Robolink homepage to enable anyone to freely learn coding and to enjoy it.
Meanwhile, this event was hosted by global news network 'Aving News', a media partner of 100 exhibitions ever year and of MWC and IFA, one of the world's top 3 IT/Tech/home appliances fair, and was jointly organized by Vietnam's state-owned media Vietnam Plus, fandom-based video platform SEESO, China's first IT portal YESKY, and influencer marketing platform ASIX.