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Goldenrod designs and builds an array of hands-on learning tools created for students. Special software provides a unique opportunity to program a real-world robotic arm, RoboArm. Younger students use a joystick-controlled robotic arm, RoboAC, to reinforce learning. RoboVue is a miniature closed-circuit television camera that easily attaches to RoboArm and RoboAC.
A tabletop fluid power training system, HydrauLift, uses common tap water for power. HydrauLift2, a more advanced system, is controlled by students from a personal computer. YouthTouch stations allow students to produce immediate results that they can see and touch.
Tempest, an electronic console that suspends plastic balls on columns of air, incorporates RoboAC in student challenges, which are designed to develop teamwork and analytical skills. Automated timing and scoring create further incentives for students to participate.
|01002||Experiment Mat (RoboArm/RoboAC)||$ 35.00|
|01009||RoboArm WinRobo Software (Windows), Cable, and Instructions||$ 79.95|
|05005||RoboArm HyperRobo Software (Mac), Cable, and Instructions||$ 79.95|
|00125||USB Adapter (Windows) for RoboArm and HydrauLift2||$ 50.00|
|00126||USB Adapter (Mac) for RoboArm and HydrauLift2||$120.00|