An Award-Winning Robot
When creating a great product for children, every detail matters.
Best product design
Best product packaging
Best Polish market implementation
Toy of the Year 2018 distinction
World-Class educational robot for children
Photon develops with your child
Photon is designed for learning at home and school, where children develop their robots by solving tasks and experiments. All tasks and experiments are based on a story in which users help Photon to explore our world.
Photon’s skills are closely related to the child’s progress. When we pull the robot out of the box … it can not do anything at all. Children must help him learn everything from scratch – how he moves, what colors he has and how he interacts with the environment using various sensors.
Learn more about Photon
Photon is not a toy in the classic sense. Despite its small size, it has 10 sensors that allow Photon to interact with its surroundings. For example, Photon can react to, for example, touch, light, obstacles or sound. Photon can be programmed in thousands of ways! The only thing that limits fun with Photon is the creativity and imagination of the child.
Discover a special
version of Photon dedicated to educational institutions
Using robot as a teaching tool, In combination with an educational mat, the Photon EDU application, and specially designed scenarios for conducting classes for teachers, enables the implementation of coding activities in various subjects. The use of scientific aids in the form of a robot allows even the most difficult classes to become attractive.
Frequently asked questions
What does it mean that the robot develops with the child?
My child has never programmed - can they handle Photon?
By creating this product, we’ve considered children who have no previous coding experience. That’s why we’ve consulted with psychologists. We’ve also checked how children in the age group of 6-12 deal with programming Photon. They did very well and Photon gave them a lot of fun!
What's inside the box?
The box contains a Photon robot, a microUSB charging cable, user manual, warranty card, safe instructions and a set of stickers for customizing Photon. The applications are free and can be downloaded from the Google Play and AppStore platforms.
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