This 17 servo robot is specially designed to teach kids about robotics and programming. To make ED-E move you select a few motions on a computer and upload the file to the toy. He then acts out the actions you see on screen.
He’s also transparent so you can see his ED-E innards.
Zenos Christo, commercial director at DACTA, said: “The launch of ED-E is a mile-stone in the development of robotics in education. Up until now, robotics and control technology has traditionally been taught with wheeled or static devices. ED-E will offer a unique way in which pupils can learn some of the theories behind human movement, physics, programming and engineering”.