Use stickers, felt, papercraft, or a 3D printer to create a character.
Our drag-and-drop app make it easy to customize robot expressions.
Teach your robot to sing, perform tricks, and more with code.
Little Robot Friends are packed with sensors for tons of fun. Tap, tickle, tilt, shake, hug, blow a kiss, play peekaboo, or turn the lights on and off. The robots respond to each input with an expression, a combination of blinks and beeps.
You can customize the robot’s responses with our app and even design your own expressions.
Learn real coding skills by following our step-by-step tutorials to program the robot using code (C/C++).
With built-in wifi, your robot can become an Internet of Things of device. Program your friend to respond to weather notification, in-coming mail, a twitter mention, and many more through IFTTT.
“If you are looking for a cute DIY project or just something to keep you amused... you might be interested in a new creation called Little Robot Friends.”
“Extremely cute small electronics projects kids can make without too much fuss.”
“More power to the hackers! These little robots are Arduino-compatible [and] make a great gift for anyone beginning in robotics.”
“For DIY makers there isn’t anything that gets better than the next big project. At times, small projects can make a big mark too. Such is the case with Little Robot Friends.”
"An entertaining and playful way to teach people how to code... There is no limit to the owner’s power to create a unique, robot friend.”
“Little Robot Friends make perfect bot buddies... equipped with whimsical looks and charming robot personalities. [They] could be the droids you’re looking for."
“Let your creativity flow with these tiny STEAM machines.”
“A great tool to discover embedded computing. The large array of sensors and actuators make it very versatile."
“A simple, effective project to ease you into electronics and the ever-expanding maker world... Little Robot Friends: Job Done!”
“A tiny interactive companion... that can help even the newest of newbs learn the basics of hardware programming.”
“Resurrecting the general concept of the Tamagotchi - albeit updated for the 21st century. The little tykes respond to light, sound and touch and even have programmable personalities.”
“Each robot is born with its own unique personality that develops as you interact with them. Not just fun but a great educational tool for kids learning to program and code.”
“[A] perfect exponents of the newborn maker culture where everyone can build and customize stuff to their liking.”
“Whether you’re looking for an educational gift for children or a new friend in the cubicle, it’s hard to ignore these little guys.”
“Who doesn’t want their own tiny electronic buddy? ... loaded with sensors so it will respond to external stimulus based on its unique and changeable personality.”