Familia Viaxeira dispoñible!

Familia Viaxeira dispoñible!

Os Patrucios (a familia viaxeira do Equipo Escornabot) xa están de novo dispoñibles!

Despois dunhas tremendas experiencias no CEIP Victor López Seoane de A Coruña, das que axiña teredes ampla documentación na escornawiki, os escornabots viaxeiros están dispostos a facerse ao camiño e coñecer novos horizontes!

We're working here!

We're working here!

We are working on the web!

We are trying to get the new version of Escornabot fully documented, so we are making changes on the web. If you find something broken or that doesn't work as expected, please, be patient! We hope that it will be solved as soon as possible...

Brivoi is coming...

Brivoi is coming...

Probably, you have seen a new guy around us.. Its name is Brivoi and it will be the new stable version of Escornabot.

At the moment, it is completely operable (and handsome, of course) and, over the features, we want to remark the following ones:

First Escornabot keypad app

@lobotic shows us an Android app built with the MIT App Inventor. Further information on the author's post (in Spanish).

Maze without limits with straws and clothespins

Maze without limits with straws and clothespins

Jorge Lobo, teacher at CEIP Lope de Vega school in Madrid, proposes an interesting way of building mazes with barriers made of straws and clothespins.

The maze challenge consists in programming the Escornabot in order to cross the maze and don't crash with the walls. One error will cause the building destruction by the bug. Fortunatly, these barriers are recyclable.

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