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The RoboMaster S1 is a game-changing educational robot built to unlock the potential in every learner. Inspired by DJI's annual RoboMaster robotics competition, the S1 provides users with an in-depth understanding of science, math, physics, programming, and more through captivating gameplay modes and intelligent features. Enter the world of programming, robotics, and AI with the RoboMaster S1 Educational Robot from DJI. It's a fun and interactive hands-on robot tank that you construct and program yourself. Play games, perform tasks, and learn valuable skills along the way.Learn Programming Concepts; Supports Scratch 3.0 & Python; Expand Robotics & Technical Knowledge; Project-Based Courses & Video Tutorials.
RoboMaster S1 remote-controlled robot
Unlock the potential of your child in math, physics, and programming through captivating gameplay modes and intelligent features.
Features a hands-on experience with every screw and wire when you build your own robot from the ground up.
It bridges the digital world with the real one, allowing users to bring abstract theories to life through practical operations.
Scratch and Python languages supported
Allows you to take your programming abilities to the next level.
46 customizable components and six PWM ports
Provides you space for innovation and expands the capabilities of your S1 and yourself.
Lets the robot recognize gestures, sounds, and even other S1 robots.
Users can write their own programs that allow the S1 robot to drive automatically and execute complex tasks.
Honestly, I'm not a big fan of drones so I never try to learn what DJI is. I saw the youtube video of S1 and my little brother's birthday was coming up soon. I decided to buy two so that we could play battle as the commercial introducing. They were really fun! This product really gives an e-sport gameplay experience and robot mixture. And the programing academy made the price worthy. I'm a CS engineer and I have to say that the programming integration motivated my young brother also my interest in teaching him. It's a comprehensive learning path for 9-12 grade kids, in my personal opinion tho.
I'm looking forward to seeing some related contests to participate!