LONDON, Feb. 4, 2021
LONDON, Feb. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Consequential Robotics, developers of the popular MiRo robot, today announced the release of MiRoCLOUD, a new browser-based platform for people of all ages and abilities to understand and develop essential coding skills. The unique combination of MiRoCLOUD with the charming MiRo-E biomimetic robot makes coding engaging, easier to learn and more enjoyable.
Features and benefits include:
Rachel Evans, Head of Innovation from Wimbledon High School says: "MiRoCLOUD has made such a difference! School IT systems and networks made it hard to get the coding interface working in the past; the new web-based system is much easier. The interface is intuitive, and we like the way we can use Blockly then transfer to Python. The group are competent programmers already but the sheer range of sensors and features on MiRo are really pushing them - this all goes far beyond the usual school-level coding apps and programmes." You can read more about their experience here.
Dr. Melissa Butt who is the Learning director of Discovery STEM Education commented: "It is quite extraordinary to see pupils as young as 6 years old using MiRoCLOUD and get immediate satisfying results; then curiously wanting to understand and learn how Python code is written."
Sebastian Conran, Design Director at Consequential Robotics adds that: "By being so friendly and satisfying to use, MiRoCLOUD makes learning AI coding both enjoyable and accessible to any curious and creative mind. They can quickly understand and get results; initially in Blockly then evolving their skills into the professional Python programming language."
MiRo-E and MiRoCLOUD are now available online at MiRo-e.com.
About Consequential Robotics Ltd.
CqR, delivers the best of British and international design, technology and research with the development of next generation robotics. It has developed and internationally distributes the popular MiRo companion robot platform used in education and university research.