Dojo Dash & Dot Competition
The generous team at Wonder League are giving a Dash & Dot robotics set to 20 Dojos before July 10th!
Dot is the brains of a robot. Dot comes with several games built in, such as Magic Dot Ball, Dot of Music, and Light Sword. Dash is a real robot, charged and ready to play with straight out of the box. Dash can be programmed to respond to voice, navigate objects, dance, and sing.
How do they work?
Dot and Dash are controlled using a bluetooth enabled mobile device. There is a Dot & Dash app for every age group, learning level, and play style. The apps are available on iOS and Android on both phones and tablets.
One such Dash app is blockly, which introduces advanced concepts of coding through playful projects and puzzles. Children can use Dash along with apps, like blocky, to explore variables, events, conditionals and more.
Are they currently being used in Dojos?
Dojos around the world have already included Dash & Dot along with other robotics into their sessions, such as CoderDojo South Bay & CoderDojo Kennemerwaard
— Stylight Tech (@StylightTech) January 23, 2016
— CoderDojo South Bay (@CoderDojoSB) May 23, 2015
How do I apply on behalf on my Dojo?
You can apply on behalf of a Dojo here.
Each Dojo can only apply once. All CoderDojos who apply have to be verified and registered on Zen, the CoderDojo Community Platform. This is to ensure that a Dojo is active, ensuring that the prizes that go to Dojos will be used.
The competition closes on the 10th of July at 23:59 (GMT)
The Wonder League is a worldwide community of clubs inspiring the creators of tomorrow through robotics and coding. Every year, clubs participate in the Wonder League Robotics Competition, where they design solutions to real-world science and technology challenges.