Otto DIY is more than a robot: you will learn how robots works, you will build and code your own Otto and his personality !The robot is completely open source, Arduino compatible, 3D printable, and with a social impact mission to create an inclusive environment for all kids.
learning the logical connection between code and action, and by assembling it they understand how its components, and electronics work.
- Easy to build and disassemble with only one mini screwdriver.
- Simple robot kit
- Easy for Beginners
- Easy and Illustrated manual
- Can be personalised
- Can be upgraded or evolved
The OTTODIY’s Community is very active and willing to help ! members posts updates about new robot design tricks, functionalities, and new code upgrades daily.
Interviewing a community member
We had the pleasure to interview Jason Snow, a very active member of the community and designer of his Otto design called “OTTO Arms”:
Q) Why you like your Otto version ?
Jason : OTTO Arms make Otto look more humanoid
Q) Did you use a kit of your build your own?
Jason : Designed and programmed myself
Q) What was the most difficult part to assemble?
Jason : The most difficult part is getting everything to fit in such a small space
Q) what will be the feature you would like to include in your robot
Jason : The feature that would be great to add would be a voice
Q) What is your favorite robot? Do you own/built any other robot at home?
Jason : I have built several robots, the best one is ROBOCHICKEN which myself and two work colleagues built to compete in 4 series of the popular UK TV series Robotwars.