“Fans of Star Wars and coding will delight in this mini R2D2, complete with 20 sounds from the films. Kids can play with the toy as is, but to really bring the droid to life, they will need to download a free app, which has 16 special missions and other challenges.”
Featured in The Washington Post’s 2017 Best Gift Guide.
“Build a droid using the electronic building blocks and then customise using sticks, random household items and imagination.”
Featured in The Guardian’s Best Gifts of 2017.
Star Wars Droid Inventor Kit is the latest addition to the LittleBits line of products.
This kit comes with all the accessories that the kids would require to build their own Droid. To assist in this task comes an app that includes interesting how-to-do-it videos along with detailed instructions.
Some of the prime features of the Droid include:
Force Mode: It’s just the wave of a hand that is required to help the kids guide their Droid that will give them a feel of using force.
Drive Mode: With in-app controllers like sliders, joystick and tilt mode, Droid-driving is made way too effortless for the kids.
Self Navigation: Laden with an intelligent obstacle -detection functionality, the Droid can effectively detect the obstacles that come in front and change the course of path automatically by maneuvering itself around these hindrances.
Draw mode: What’s more fun than being able to draw secret messages or maps using your droid with the thrilling feature called draw mode.
With littleBits Star Wars Droid Inventor Kit, the kids tend to become more creative as they contrive new Droids. They get the option to take apart their Droid and assemble it back together in various ways that give it additional abilities to perform multiple tasks.
The overall kit is profoundly simple and includes a few components such as a steering and driving motor as well with a built-in proximity sensor and a wireless unit that helps to connect your droid to your phone.