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GoBox Raspberry Pi Robot Subscription Kit: Maker 1

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Dexter Industries makes educational electronics and robotics kits for all levels of experience. With its new GoBox subscription service, the company aims to be more involved in the progress of robotics newbies, particularly children.

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The heart of GoBox is the GoPiGo, an open source robotic car based on the diminutive Raspberry Pi computing platform.

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When you subscribe to GoBox, each month you’ll receive a new sensor for the GoPiGo and a “mission” – a lesson in the form of a story or a roleplaying scenario that involves using the new sensor. The mission and its steps will be comprehensively laid out in a document and supplemented by video guides.

Pledge at least $269 (USD) on Kickstarter to subscribe to GoBox and receive a GoBox as rewards. There are also more affordable reward tiers for those who already have a GoBox.

[via GeekDad]



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