WowWee Robots Programming

Recently I had the opportunity to play with a little fun and lovable robot named COJI, the robot programming, I also evaluated. This educational toy designed by WowWee combines learning practical skills in computer programming for fun and fantasy emoji. In fact, COJI is an acronym … or more specifically, a contraction of the words “coding” and “Emoji”. No matter how you choose to characterize it, the COJI is a fun and educational interactive robot toy that surely will delight younger (four years). Keep reading to find out the results of my long series of evaluations of this little robot entertaining and trendy!

According to behealthybytomorrow, COJI is part of the range of learning toys based on STEM gaining popularity and we saw appear on the market more and more lately. If you do not know STEM toys or a little reminder would be welcome, remember the acronym refers to ‘science, technology, engineering and mathematics. ” This is a type of toy that helps children develop cognitive skills for these basic educational concepts, from a very young age.COJI robot itself is designed to help toddlers acquire various skills in areas such as programming (such as creating macros and understanding of algorithms), the development of memory and much more, just playing games.Start having fun with COJI is a real breeze.Simply download the free COJI application on your iOS or Android device (I guess the ideal is to use a tablet because of the larger screen size compared to phones), then d introduce three AAA batteries in the backpack of your COJI and turn it on. You will need a Phillips screwdriver to remove and replace the battery access panel, but the entire process takes only seconds. Once the application is launched and your COJI on, everything should bind quickly and easily as and when the startup screen appears. COJI connects via Bluetooth, so the launch process is simple. You are now ready to have fun!
Evaluation And Results
There are many ways to interact with your robot COJI once the setup is complete and everything works. On the main menu screen (shown left), you will see six different icons to help you start playing. One of these icons simply provides access to COJI settings, so it’s not really necessary to study it. Other icons are the games, or game modes, proposed by the COJI: Freeplay (free play), Sequence Says (sequences per order), Macro Maze (maze macros), Command Center (control center) and Drive Mode ( conduct). Every game is a unique way to interact with the robot COJI and some are more fun than others. We will explore some examples for you to better understand what the COJI has to offer.
In Freeplay Mode (free play), for example, you can give all instructions channels you want to COJI by selecting the appropriate emoji symbols from the menu on the left of the screen. When you have finished a chain you like, just press on the little envelope icon for your COJI executes the commands in the order you entered them. In theory, this mode should teach children the basics of inputs and outputs for the creation of computer code and writing algorithms, and I believe that many young people will enjoy this experience. Who knows, maybe they will develop an interest in programming? Also, if you observe carefully, you will discover six submenus, each with a range of emoji including your child can choose; the number of programming possibilities are virtually endless with COJI.
In the game Macro Maze (maze macros), your goal is to create a code sequence that allows a virtual COJI that appears on the application screen to navigate through the maze in front of him. It is possible to perform movements by selecting control emoji that advance a step or your COJI who do turn to the left or right. If you design your code properly, your COJI manage to navigate the maze and you will arrive at the end, which unlocks the next maze. I have just completed the first level, which features ten unique mazes.This first level is the theme park. After ten labyrinths completed, you will pass the city. You then end up at the airport, in a snowy field and at the train station. This game teaches your child to write code that can effectively achieve a desired result (very important concept in the world of computer programming).
The last game I will talk about in detail is called Drive Mode (Drive). The fun with this one is that you can freely drive your COJI as if it was a remote controlled car. The robot does not go very fast, but it is entertaining to control and make the move from the pavement of driving left of the application screen. COJI can move in all directions and even rotate depending on your orders. Moreover, while he rolls (the robot is equipped with two large main wheels and two small extra wheels for balance), you can order it to perform facial gestures (or others), like giving a kiss , smile and make playful emoticons, to name a few. Overall, this is a friendly fashion that gives children the freedom to use their COJI robot as they see fit, although the emoji in this mode options are rather limited.
Note: The game Sequence Says (control sequences) is a memory game in which the COJI face flashes emoji whose child must remember to then be able to reproduce them on the application screen. This is a great memory game that lets you create chains, or code sequences, emoji both.
In conclusion, I must admit that the COJI is a small, fun toy that could learn a lot about your child one or more key topics of the world of STEM. The music that comes from your tablet or phone when using the application is incredibly painful, but that’s why your machine is fitted with a silencer button! This is truly the only downside I’ve found about COJI. Overall, he (or she?) Is a companion (a companion?) Rather endearing (endearing?) With a playful personality and offers a nice variety of game modes. Given that modern applications can be updated to infinity with new attractive content at any time, it is likely that the ways to have fun with the COJI evolve progressively as your child grows. Overall, it is difficult to predict how long the COJI robot will attract the attention of a particular child. If you think your baby is a future programmer grass, it might be worth trying the COJI. Good luck and have fun!