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How to Get Started with Meet Edison Robots

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Did you inherit or pick up a Meet Edison Robot?

No? Maybe you want to get yours here. Or, maybe not… (don’t buy one!)

But, for those of you who have a robot and can’t figure out how to get it working, this article is for you!

I decided to put together a “crash-course” for programming the Meet Edison Robot. My goal is to get you up and running with your robot in 15 minutes or less. Ready to get started?

Parts of the Meet Edison Robot

The Meet Edison Robot has 7 built-in sensors plus motor control. You can even connect Legos to build a variety of prototypes and gadgets! Here’s a map of all the components.

parts of a robot

Let’s check out each of these components in more detail. Watch the video to learn more about the Meet Edison Robot.