GitHub, Dec 03, 2015
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I saw a presentation about this at Online Educa Berlin (note: if you put the word 'robots' in your presentation title, I expect to see robots, not videos of robots. Videos really aren't the same). The interesting thing about these robots is that you can print them at home, program them yourself, and add interesting extras (suchh as rotors to make them fly). And as the presenter said, the robots learn as you learn. "Pypot is part of the poppy-project and is mainly used to control Poppy Creatures. If you are not interested in the low-level communication with motors and sensors but rather on high-level behaviors of Poppy Robots, you should directly see the poppy-* libraries (e.g. Poppy Humanoid or Poppy Ergo Jr)."

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