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2018

Good Design Award

Award-winning item
matatalab [Coding Set]
Business Owner
SHENZHEN IU + Design Co.,Ltd.
Category
Educational materials and tools
Company
SHENZHEN IU+Design CO.,LTD (China)
MATATALAB CO.,LTD. (China)
Award Number
18G010053
Outline of Good Design Award winners
Outline of Good Design Award winners 2018

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Outline

1.Matata Lab is an easy-to-start physical robotics learning system. Bring a joyful robotics learning experience for young children (Pre-K or K1-3). 2.Unlike other robots or programming learning systems, Matata utilizes computer vision technology to recognize command blocks and program the robots, instead of programming in an iPad or PC. 3.Moreover, advanced learners can create higher imaginative robotics solutions with helps from open-source Matata Lab Community that includes the resource of origami, clay, 3D printing and etc.

Producer

RONGXING SU, MATATALAB CO. LTD

Director

JIYE SHEN, SHENZHEN IU + Design CO, LTD

Designer

JUYAO LI, SHENGHUI JIA, LIPING LI, XIAOTING WU, YAN ZHONG, BEIXIAN XU, YAJUAN HUAI, LIANGYU ZHU

More information

http://www.matatalab.com

Already on the market
2018/5/20

Evaluation

This is a physical robotic learning system designed for children and featuring interactivity and gameplay. Unlike other existing robotic programming learning systems for STEM education, this product uses a combination of computer vision technology and traditional building blocks to program robots directly, rather than with an iPad or PC. It uses mediums and contents such as color blocks, programming blocks and boards, tall command towers, maze games and music games to attract children to learn interest in the process of playing buttons and robot cars. It is very suitable for children's cognition and learning the logic of robot programming. The system also provides advanced learners with an open source lab community with resources such as origami, clay and 3D printing to help children create more imaginative robotic solutions.

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