Product description: Abilix Krypton 8 - STEM education robot - 1,3GHz / 1551 bricks for 50 projects with instructions EN
Abilix' Krypton 8 V2 education kit. Working with Krypton kits is a great way to get the youngest interested in the subject of building and programming robots. The Krypton 8 set includes: main controller so called brain with 1.3 GHz processor, 1.5" touch screen, 23 sensors + 7 position detection sensors built in the motors, 1551 blocks which act as assembly elements. The whole allows to create 50 projects whose construction and programming process has been explained step by step in an interactive manual available in Abilix Krypton - Today's Future application (instructions for each project available in Polish).
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Krypton 0, 2, 4, 6 or 8? - What is the difference between individual V2 sets?
Krypton's 8 V2 version is available: 23 sensors, 7 motors, programmable microcontroller (MTK 1.3 GHz Flash: 2 GB, RAM: 512 MB), and 1551 blocks.
Comparison of V2 sets
|Number of bricks:||409||745||943
|Number of projects:||17||29||22||36||50|
|Number of sensors:||4||7||7||16||23|
Learning adapted to the Polish core curriculum
The producer, with the help of experienced teachers from the Masters of Robotics group, has prepared lesson scenarios consistent with the Polish core curriculum. The work with the use of the scripts will greatly facilitate the lessons in building and programming the work of robots. Lessons based on the scenarios have been adapted to 45-minute lesson hours. Sets containing lesson scenarios are available in our offer in the category dedicated to sets for programming studios, and a sample lesson can be found here.
Types of blocks in the Abilix Krypton set.
Types of blocks in the Abilix Krypton robot
The producer has prepared a film demonstrating the types of blocks, blocks and connections used in Abilix Krypton kits. The channel in Polish is constantly being developed and you can find there useful information about the robots themselves and their construction.
Abilix Krypton - Today's Future - interactive application for mobile devices
Abilix Krypton - Today's Future is a free, interactive application available for Android and iOS mobile devices. The application allows you to easily learn the basics of sensor and engine programming. The app also includes an interactive manual, explaining step-by-step how to connect the elements of the set and program the whole construction using one of four ways:
- Project Programming drag & drop - a simple help program for beginners
- Flow Chart - programming with the use of block diagrams, so called blocks friendly for the youngest users
- Abilix Scratch - programming using the popular Scratch system with the use of icons and drag block codes
- Text language C - for more advanced users. Available only in computer applications.
Specification of the educational robot
- Number of bricks: 1153
- Sensors: 23 pieces.
- 9 x grayscale sensor
- 8 x collision sensor
- 2 x colour sensor
- 3 x ultrasonic distances
- 1 x camera module
- Number of engines: 4 x small drive motor and 3 x large drive motor
- Control screen: touch screen
- 7 sensor connection ports
- 4 engine ports
- 1 camera port
- battery charging port
- Built-in accessories: LED and speaker
- Power supply: built-in 3.7 V 1500 mAh battery
- Microcontroller / Processor:
- ARM Cortex 1.3 GHz.
- Flash: 2 GB
- RAM: 512 MB
- Wi-Fi module
- New: enhanced with the hot spot module