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VinciBot

Encouraging children to play and explore through coding!

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Introducing VinciBot

The new Matatalab VinciBot Robot lives up its namesake.
It's the Master of...

Drawing

Light

Sound & Music

Mechanics

It's a very smart and talented robot that brings joy and fun to learning!

Wow this little robot packs a punch and meets all of the Digital Technologies Curriculum content descriptors from the Australian Curriculum, throughout a students entire schooling career. Moving from block coding to python is seamless and the range of opportunities to add build ons to the VinciBot, makes it an outstanding tool to use when encouraging students to be creative problems solvers.


Sandra Gardner

Insight Education

"Wow this little robot packs a punch and meets all of the Digital Technologies Curriculum content descriptors from the Australian Curriculum, throughout a students entire schooling career. Moving from block coding to python is seamless and the range of opportunities to add build ons  to the VinciBot, makes it an outstanding tool to use when encouraging students to be creative problems solvers."

Sandra Gardner
Insight Education

VinciBot Project Examples

VinciBot Project Example LED matrix + Sratch Say + DanceVinciBot Project Example LED Lights
VinciBot Project Example DrawingVinciBot Project Example Following
VinciBot Project Example Fire EngineVinciBot Project Example Music
VinciBot Project Example LED matrix + Sratch Say + Dance
VinciBot Project Example Drawing
VinciBot Project Example Fire Engine
VinciBot Project Example LED Lights
VinciBot Project Example Following
VinciBot Project Example Music

VinciBot Creator Kit

The Creator Kit is an expansion pack for the VinciBot that enable creative building by the use of building blocks. The Kit includes an external motor and over 400 building blocks allowing students to construct structures and gain hands-on understanding of physical mechanisms like crankshafts, linkages and cam structures.

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VinciBot Features

3 preset modes for use without a computer

3 preset modes for use without a computer

Create quick and easy lessons without the use of a computer!

8 built-in programmable sensors

Program with Scratch, Python and Matatalab's own MatataCode App!

8 built-in programmable sensors
75 Free Activity Cards

75 Free Activity Cards

Split into 5 sections of 15, these easy to follow activities will take you from a beginner to an expert coder!

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Compatible with LEGO

Expand your VinciBot with LEGO bricks, Technic motors, and more third-party electronic modules!

Compatible with Building Blocks
Artifical Intelligence

Artifical Intelligence

Take your intelligent classroom to the next level by creating engaging AI-based teaching scenarios!

Competitor Comparison

VinciBot Competitor Comparison

What's Included?

VinciBot Contents

Had our first official session with the kids and the Vincibots today. One of my Code Club regulars and I had already had a quick play with one of them, I’m glad you put me in their direction – well worth it so far.


Had nine kids split between them (expect another order next FY I think!) today across four different stations:

  • Challenge 1 - Code the robot to draw a star (A3 paper)
  • Challenge 2 - Code the robot to change its lights to the same (or similar) colour as the colour it drives over (so also code it to drive and turn on the sheet!)
  • Challenge 3 - Code the robot to go to sleep when the robot is run, and wake up upon a loud clap of hands (eyes drawn closed and open) – maybe he could scream or something as well
  • Challenge 4 - Code the robot to escape from the maze.

Nothing too fancy, they had twenty minutes on each station – the kids had fun. Ranging from 8 to 14 in age they managed to (mostly) complete each challenge and then add more advanced options and solutions.


They loved the fact that the screen could be programmed/drawn and also it had a speaker and not just a buzzer. For example one of the kids made it do a dance after escaping from the maze.


Using a derivative of scratch meant the kids could pretty much jump straight in (given they start that in around year 3 at school now) and they needed very little help from me apart from challenging their coding styles and extra things to add.


There would only be one negative thing I could say so far – and that is the speech quality – extremely hard to understand, but this thing has much more features than the other bots here (albeit much older) and I’m looking forward to incorporating lego and other things with them.


They have just finished their recharge and I’m off shortly to our second location for this afternoons session where I have four kids waiting to have a play.


In case you’re wondering we paired iPads to them so the kids could code and instantly have it work.


Nick Wiseman

Community and Digital Programs Officer

Burdekin Shire Council

Had our first official session with the kids and the Vincibots today. One of my Code Club regulars and I had already had a quick play with one of them, I’m glad you put me in their direction – well worth it so far. 

Had nine kids split between them (expect another order next FY I think!) today across four different stations: 
Challenge 1 - Code the robot to draw a star (A3 paper)
Challenge 2 - Code the robot to change its lights to the same (or similar) colour as the colour it drives over (so also code it to drive and turn on the sheet!)
Challenge 3 - Code the robot to go to sleep when the robot is run, and wake up upon a loud clap of hands (eyes drawn closed and open) – maybe he could scream or something as well
Challenge 4 - Code the robot to escape from the maze.

Nothing too fancy, they had twenty minutes on each station – the kids had fun. Ranging from 8 to 14 in age they managed to (mostly) complete each challenge and then add more advanced options and solutions.
 
They loved the fact that the screen could be programmed/drawn and also it had a speaker and not just a buzzer. For example one of the kids made it do a dance after escaping from the maze.
 
Using a derivative of scratch meant the kids could pretty much jump straight in (given they start that in around year 3 at school now) and they needed very little help from me apart from challenging their coding styles and extra things to add.
 
There would only be one negative thing I could say so far – and that is the speech quality – extremely hard to understand, but this thing has much more features than the other bots here (albeit much older) and I’m looking forward to incorporating lego and other things with them.
 
They have just finished their recharge and I’m off shortly to our second location for this afternoons session where I have four kids waiting to have a play. 

In case you’re wondering we paired iPads to them so the kids could code and instantly have it work.
 

Nick Wiseman
Community and Digital Programs Officer
Burdekin Shire Counc

VinciBot Bundles

Matatalab VinciBot Robot 6 Pack
Matatalab VinciBot Robot 6 Pack

Matatalab VinciBot Robot 6 Pack

$1,236.00 inc GST
$1,094.50 inc GST
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