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a fun introduction to the fascinating world of robotics: wunderwuzzi robots for from 4 years up and up-cycling robots for 6 years up children

workshops for children 4+ with dr. seda özdemir-fritz & erkin bayirli

  • children 4+

The adorable Wunderwuzzi robots offer children a fun introduction to the fascinating world of robotics. They can be assembled without additional tools with the 3D printed plug-in system placed on a toothbrush head. a vibrating motor starts the robot when a coin battery is inserted.
The robots will be decorated individually with colorful materials. Additionally cardboard racing circuits and labyrinths will be build together. building wunderwuzzi robots is fun!
after the idea of erkin bayirli

about seda özdemir fritz
dr.seda özdemir-fritz is planetary scientist, geologist. experienced researcher. doctoral degree in lithosphere research-planetary sciences, an expert on meteorites. collaborated with lunar planetary institute, NASA. member of austrian space forum, analogue astronaut trainer.
about erkin bayirli
architect, an award-winning robot designer and 3D-print trainer. willing to share his enthusiasm for robots with children, he creates various easy to learn projects and robots that kids can build themselves and learn about tech while having fun.

workshops for children 6+ with dr. seda özdemir-fritz

  • children 6+

You design and build a remote-controlled robot from recycled material, you then decorate it using many colorful decorations and of course your imagination! And then you can give it a funny name.

It can be used to drive a course, wrestle sumo or have a function of its own that you think up. You’ll learn a lot about electronics, mechanics and design with simple tools! After all this, you take your very own robot home with you.

Think in advance what your robot might look like and bring selected garbage with you, e.g. beverage cups, screws, closures, aluminium cans, PET bottles, packaging such as Smarties or Tic Tac cans, egg cartons, old cutlery, Styrofoam, straws, CDs, cassettes, toys, old electronic devices such as Walkman, car radios or the like.

about erkin bayirli

architect, an award-winning robot designer and 3D-print trainer. willing to share his enthusiasm for robots with children, he creates various easy to learn projects and robots that kids can build themselves and learn about tech while having fun.