Papert Tronics is an educational toolkit that allows 9-13 year olds to give life-like movement to paper constructions by using simple electronics and sensors. With Papert Tronics, students can design and fold their own creatures that move at the press of a button, test the boundaries of material strength, or link their creations together to demonstrate the cause and effect of systems.
For more details about the design process, visit: http://fablabatschool.org/profiles/blogs/bba-final-project-papertronics
Papert Tronics Designed by: Joy Wong Daniels, Jeff Kessler, Anna Ly, and Adam Selzer
Video by Adam Selzer
Beyond Bits & Atoms Final Project (Spring 2012)
Professor Paulo Blikstein
* NOTE: This is strictly a school project and is not for commercial development. It has no relationship or attachment to existing products currently on the market. This project was completed in June 2012.