How can you possibly improve on something that’s seriously cool–and cute?
Ozobot® makes it look very easy. Introduced in 2014 as the world’s smallest programmable robot, it was designed to teach kids how to code.
At CES® 2018, in Las Vegas on Tuesday Ozobot® Marketing Project Manager and Producer Morgan Andersen explained what’s new with this one-inch-tall innovation–and what’s coming next!
Ozobot®, which first appeared at CES® 2014, is a multiple award-winner. Among its honors are the 2015 CES® Editors’ Choice Award, and the 2015 Kids At Play Interactive (KAPi) award.
And for CES® 2018, it was back, with a game that proved highly addictive!
Also, as with any fun innovation, this is simply the latest chapter. Morgan says we can expect a lot more from Ozobot® in the future!