Wigl Kit: Build your own music-loving robot

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Jul

05

Motors and DIY Videos

Hi Wiglers,

We know it’s been a while since the last update - our bad! We’ve got news on two fronts:

Motors

We’ve been working on production of the Wigl kits, but unfortunately we are currently waiting on the Wigl motors to come in. This should only take 2-3 weeks, but it does mean that our estimated delivery is pushed back a month. The kits’ ETA is now the end of July / early August. Hopefully most of you will be outside enjoying the summer weather while you can, and we’ll have your kits ready to play with when you need a break from the July sun.

Video Production

While we’re waiting on the motors to come in, we are starting work on some instructional videos on building and using your Wigl. So keep calm and Wigl on - but keep an eye out for our next update.

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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.

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Credits

Vivek Mano


Vivek Mano


OSH Park

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