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The world's first A.I. enabled cardboard robot
Smartibot works with your smartphone, meaning you can use your mobile as a remote control, or by attaching it to your robot, as it’s brain.  

The Smartibot app contains a powerful A.I. called YOLO which can recognise objects Smartibot sees such as people, cars, dogs and bicycles. Without any programming you can tell your robot to follow you around with a cup of tea, chase your dog or your cat out of your bedroom or even follow your toy car.
As well as the A.I. robot, Smartibot comes with cardboard parts to make two additional robots! 
Invent robots without writing code
We’ve designed Smartibot to enable you to build robots that are as complex as you want. What does this mean? You can connect up to 14 motors (4 DC ones and 10 servos) so you can build wheeled robots, two legged robots, four legged robots, robot arms, not to mention cars, trikes, hovercraft, airboats, probably even aeroplanes (though we’ve not tried that yet but excited to see what you come up with!).
With all this flexibility in how you build your robots, we want to give you flexibility in how you control them. The app allows you to design custom controllers to suit your robot and define how your robot behaves without needing to write any code.

Built a robot tank and need a tank controller? Or want to build a band and make a robot Xylophone which requires eight buttons? How about a robot water pistol turret and a single giant fire button?

You’ll be able to design all of these inside the app, just by dropping the control elements on the screen and choosing what motors they control. Easy!
But I like to code!
Don’t worry we’ve got you. We have designed Smartibot so you can do as much as possible without needing to write any code - but it wouldn’t be much of a robot kit if it wasn’t programmable!

We are working with Microsoft to onboard Smartibot to the MakeCode platform, the same programming environment that is used to program the BBC Micro:bit (and taught in thousands of schools). With MakeCode you’ll be able to program your Smartibot using a visual (Scratch-like) blocks editor or with JavaScript. If you're into Micro:bit Smartibot supports Micro:bit Radio so they can talk to one another and you can build them into your projects as one.
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Our Team
Janek Mann - Originally from Germany but now based in Shenzhen in China, Janek is a highly experienced hardware engineer and researcher with a specialism in wirelessly connected embedded systems. Janek is an enthusiastic contributor to the Shenzhen maker scene and, having designed hardware that is already used by educators, is excited to have created a tool that will hopefully help makers all over the world.
Rehana Al-Soltane - Rehana combines a background in Psychology and Pedagogical Science with a strong interest in Artificial Intelligence and a passion for making. She is also fluent in four languages and is the fastest learner anyone at Machines Room has ever seen.
Akram Hussein -  Akram is a London-based software engineer who has written code for everything from Dyson’s robot vacuum cleaner to apps used in healthcare, music, construction and special needs education. Akram is part of the ‘FIx Team’ in the BBC’s flagship technology program ‘The Big Life Fix’ where leading inventors build one off pieces of technology to solve problems for disabled people.
Ross Atkin - Ross is a product designer, engineer and researcher with extensive experience designing and building connected products for major manufacturing companies. His work focuses mainly on assistive technology and physical accessibility and, along with Akram, he is a member of BBC’s ‘The Big Life Fix’ ‘Fix Team’. Ross feels very lucky to have such a talented team helping him make and deliver Smartibot.
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