Reuseum Educational, Inc. will be conducting a SuperBristleBots Workshop at the new JUMP Creative Center, 1000 W. Myrtle Street in Boise. This Saturday, July 9th from 10:30 AM until Noon. The fee is $15. Build a Super BristleBot Robot! Bristlebots are fabricated with popsicle sticks, micro motors, batteries, and zip ties. These elements are glued … Read moreSuper Bristlebots at the JUMP Creative Center
Some obsolete technologies such as cellphones and retired pagers can be to use and become tools of learning. You might have already seen lots of ideas surrounding the art of making a simple bristlebot, essentially a motor and battery glued onto the bristle end of an old toothbrush. This is a great idea, and we put a little twist on the kit by using recycled parts from cast off phones, pagers, and other small handheld devices. Other parts that we put into kits are items such as colorful wire, springs, gears, pieces of cd’s, and electronic components, to augment our robot’s look and feel
This Holiday Season we’re building our own, ALFs? Yes, that is right, instead of small yet fantastic minions to do our bidding, we’ve got some of our own handiwork to do! Analog line following robots are one of many interesting ways to start learning about robotics and science, and can be assembled with creative and … Read moreThis Holiday Season we’re building our own ALFs.