ToyLand: Kamigami Robots

These fun, bug inspired bots are easy to assemble – with a price that won’t break the bank.

Kamigami were developed by Dash Robotics – a group of folks from Berkeley, Stanford, and Carnegie Mellon.

Their successful Kickstarter in 2015 garnered the attention of Mattel – who has upgraded the packaging and put them in stores.

These bots come flat packed and can be assemble with every day tools. They are controlled by an app that has a drag and drop programming interface that’s a great way to teach kids (and grown ups) the building blocks of coding. If your kiddo is into robots this may be the perfect gift for them this holiday season.

Kamigami Robots$49.99

  • Kamigami makes robot engineering fun and easy
  • Build your robot by folding lightweight, flat sheets of plastic
  • Program your robot with easy-to-use interface that puts you in control
  • Play with your robot by driving, racing, and battling using the free app
  • IR Sensors let you battle with friends
  • Ultra-tough material is designed to take a beating 

There are four different skins available…

Terrix

Atlasar

Scarrax

Lina

Do you know a future engineer that would like a Kamigami bot?

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