Have you ever thought of joining the joy of building LEGO with the joy of coding? Now you can pass it to your kids with a bright idea called Algobrix.
According to its creators:
Algobrix teaches kids how to code by guiding them through the steps of programming a robot’s movements. But instead of scripts to write, they have blocks to arrange, in a tangible way that’s true to real coding.
It’s the awesomeness of robots, the lasting fun of building blocks, and the problem solving of 3D puzzles. It’s Algobrix.
A picture is worth a thousand words, so here is the presentation video:
This is currently a kickstarter project and you can find more information and back it here.
At the time of this post, they already have been funded with 529 backers and more than $140000 (the pledge was for $50000).
I you liked the idea, follow the link and back this awesome project.