The Kamibot is definitely one of the cutest presences at MWC Shanghai this year, an educational robot designed to teach programming to children.
Even cuter, the Kamibot is actually an interactive papercraft toy, allowing kids to download papercraft symbols and dress up the robot with colorful outfits.
Funded via a Kickstarter project back in 2016, Kamibot focuses on teaching kids the principles of programming but it can also be controlled via smartphone or tablet, just like a Sphero robot.
Because it’s built using the open-source Arduino platform, kids can learn to code using Scratch, a drag-and-drop programming language.
The Kamibot is available on Amazon and could definitely make a kid’s day!