Wigl Kit: Build your own music-loving robot

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May

13

See Wigl Workin' with Rihanna - Campaign Ending Soon

From a Wigl fan:

In other news

The kit campaign ends in about four days - last call for pledges at reduced campaign pricing!

Coming after the campaign, we’ll be publishing a few videos, including a step-by-step instructional, and a walk through of new song programming for the more advanced Wigglers.

We’re also looking into sourcing some soldering irons for those of you who don’t already have one! We want to make it as easy as possible for you to build your Wigl.

$4,081 raised

of $2,500 goal

Funded! Order Now

May 17

funded on

163%

funded

51

pledges

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$5

Support Us!

Give us a little Wigl if you support engineering and education.


$99

Wigl Kit

The dancing robot itself - the kit includes all the necessary parts to build a robot and get Wigl moving to your tunes. Just bring a soldering iron, solder, and a 9V battery.


$520

Classroom Pack (6 Wigl Kits)

Enough kits for the whole class to work together in teams to build real, musical robots. Collectively, a group of Wigl can be referred to as a Wag.


$8

Recorder

A basic plastic recorder - the simplest tool to get Wigl moving, and to learn some notes on.

Recorder Thumb

Credits

Vivek Mano


Vivek Mano


OSH Park

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