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Archive for May 16th, 2008

Styrobot #003 – Jigglygoo

The first Styrobot for sale has been posted on Etsy! 😀 Click here to see it!

The description of the Styrobot:

This Styrobot, named Jigglygoo, vibrates around in circles with the press of one of its antennae. With an irresistible smile, Jigglygoo is bound to cheer you up!

Jigglygoo runs on a small 3V watch battery, which is included!

All of the money raised with the sale of Styrobots will go towards my Robotic Fund. Normally, this fund is used to help me buy electronic parts and books, however I was accepted into the Stanford Education Program for Gifted Youth – Artificial Intelligence program. This really fun opportunity does come with a tuition cost of $3700, where all of the money will be going. Any additional donations would be extremely appreciated!

Hope you enjoy your Styrobot! 😀

And the big question is… How much does it cost?
$20 Each & $18 for shipping!

Here are 6 awesome pictures for you to enjoy:

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Don’t worry though! More Styrobots will be coming REALLY soon!

It was quite funny, actually. The 2nd Styrobot, Moop, did work … but the battery was ALWAYS being drained too quickly! The battery is connected in between the switch part, like a normal battery would be… but it happens that the switch didn’t work the way I thought it did, so I was always shorting it out! Eheheh! I fixed it though, in Jigglygoo.

Keep an eye out for more coming throughout the day, I just have to solder some stuff together, and another two will be done!