Quarky with 7 YO Girl – Robot Kit in Hand
Quarky on Arena – Smartphone Controlled Soccer Robot
Quarky with 7 YO Girl – IoT Weather Monitoring
Quarky with 9 YO Boy – Expression Controlled Ninja Robot
Quarky with 7 YO Girl – Pedestrian Detection in Self Driving Car Project
Quarky with PictoBlox – Gesture Controlled Robotics ML Project
Quarky with PictoBlox App – LED Matrix Emojis in AI Expressions Mimicking Project
Quarky with PictoBlox App – Object Tracking Robot Dog Project
Quarky with 9 YO Boy – AI Vertical Robot Kit and Robot in Hand
Quarky Innovator Kit
Quarky Ultimate Kit
Mars Rover Addon Kit
Quarky Hero Image – Vertical
Quarky Army – All Kits with Hero Robot
Quarky Production – Shipping Ready
Quarky Candid – Mars Rover Robot
Quarky Candid – Pick and Place Robot
Quarky Candid – Ultimate Kit Robot Configurations
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Pankaj K Verma, CTO
Throughout our journey, we’ve been lucky enough to have had such people by our side, always pushing us forward, whom we’ll forever be grateful to.
Quarky is expected to be launched on Kickstarter between the third week of July to the first week of August 2021. You can share your email with us (here) and we will keep you updated.
Quarky is best suited for children in the age group of 7-14 years, and there is no prior experience or skill required by the child to use it. The sequence of activities is carefully designed in a manner that takes the user from the very basics and continuously builds on the foundation to deliver an immersive learning experience.
Okay, how do we say this? An angel delivers a box full of magic to your doorstep, kids in the house come running along to unwrap it. They find a palm-sized cutie, a battery, a getting-started guide, an arena, enrollment keys to the online course, etc. Plugin the battery to power up the cutie and he will start talking to the child and guide them on what to do next.
While Quarky recovers from his jet lag (mind you, he will travel thousands of miles to greet you!), one should install PictoBlox on their phone or laptop. Now, the user can take help of the user-manual, to begin with, the first few projects, or jump on to the online courses for that, and this is where the DIY fun begins - projects and projects and projects - on basic electronics, on AI, on robotics, and a world full of opportunities opens up to you!
PictoBlox is an application that helps kids make programs effortlessly, especially when they're making one for Quarky. It has an intuitive interface that gives users a similar programming experience to Scratch but it comes with a lot of additional features. While Scratch aims at making programming easier, PictoBlox enables kids to interact with a broader scope of coding than Scratch itself. It has hardware compatibility and AI/ML features that offer seamless robot programming & AI learning. And the best part, you can use PictoBlox on phones, tablets, and computers as well making it the best coding companion for Quarky and for yourself.
To know more about PictoBlox, click here.
Pretty simple, we would say. Scan the QR code on Quarky's packaging to go to the course page and redeem your enrollment key. All the activities will be unveiled on the dashboard and you'll get all of this completely free of charge. The courses will include audio-visual instructions, project submissions, etc. If the child requires any additional assistance with the courses, s/he can opt for paid live-tutoring sessions with STEMpedia’s teachers available in both grouped and one-on-one sessions.
Quarky will be available to every corner of the world, except Antarctica and North Korea.