Build your own operating GENERATOR KIT. It?seasy, it?s fun, it?s safe! Find out how a generator makes the electricity that makes things work. Easy-to-read, illustrated operating manualincluded. Safe, solderless, exciting, educational and fun.
New Design- Easy-to-Build complete radio on a single PC board. Unique design allows you to place parts over its corresponding symbol on the PC board. Teaches the basic theory of AM radio operation. Detailed instruction and illustrations make it an easy and educationally sound project. Requires 1 9V battery
OWI introduces the fourth generation of WAO programmable robot kits and WOW is it spectacular! WAO Kranius is a two-wheeled robot that you can program without a personal computer. The intellectual brain consists of an 8 bit micro-controller and keyboard with 33 tactile buttons. This bundle of brains can store up to 60 programming steps and 30 FOR-NEXT multiplex loops. In addition to its futuristic and powerful design, it features 6 vision sensors to see in front and below the robot. The eyes that enable it to see in front of itself has two infrared LEDs and an infrared detector IC. 4 floor light sensors (CdS sensor) will enable it to distinguish the contrast of light underneath its shell. Easy to assemble, this OWIKIT Intermediate building level robot makes a great entrant for robotic competitions, robotic workshops, after-school programs, special events, gifts, science enrichment camps, and classroom activities. Requires one 9V and two AA batteries.
An OWIKIT first! A resource for secondary school and college computer teachers who try to help students understand complex value conflicts and ethical choices associated with electronic communications. The “National Educational Technology in Education (ISTE), in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Education, lists as one of six foundation standards the need for students to “understand the ethical, cultural, and societal issues related to technology.” “Societal Impacts of Computerization” provides resources to address this important, but often neglected, curriculum goal. It synthesizes recent scholarship in socio-technology into easy to understand concepts and provides activities that promote critical thinking and personal engagement. A user site license allows teachers to photocopy or electronically post the resource on a local area network. Over 40 master pages and a CD that is PC or MAC compatible. Flexible, non-sequential curriculum format.
Build your own remote control robot controlled by your TV remote! The kit also includes parts for inventing your own robot arm. No soldering required. Requires 2 “AA” batteries
Crystal Wonder. A wonderful kit packed with exciting activities. Make crystals of all shapes, sizes and colors. The kit includes 12 different colored salts, a display stand and al the equipment needed to produce crystals. Other activities include making jewelry, creating a crystal garden and decorative crystal gifts.
Have fun building this kit and tune it to your favorite FM station when you are finished Easy to build Fun to use
OWI introduces to their award winning Beginner Series of educational electronic robot and science kits…RocKit Robot! The new futuristic style includes high performance and superior materials. Rockit Robot evolves as a spunky little robot that you can build. Explore the fundamentals of robotics with this informative and entertaining robot kit. Appropriate for ages 10 and up, RocKit Robot is an intelligent robot with a touch/sound sensor. If it comes in contact with an object or hears a loud noise (such as hands clapping), RocKit Robot automatically reverses, then turns left before embarking on a new course.Rockit Robot is lots of fun from the moment it arrives. Requiring only basic hand tools, it contains step-by-step instructions,pre-assembled printed circuit board, condenser microphone,and an easy-to-assemble mechanical drive system. It’s an ideal gift for the educator, hobbyist or budding scientist. Requires two AA batteries.
This kit is supplied with pre-punched boards, gears, shafts, switch, motor, battery holder, and all necessary parts. Includes easy-to-follow instructions. Requires three (3) AA batteries, screwdriver and long nose pliers. Inductance Drive Operation
Strobe Lights are used in many places such as airplanes, boats, cameras, special effects and concerts. This kit will teach you how to make your own! With a variable flash rate, this xenon flash tube will produce some amazing effects. Requires 4 “C” batteries.
These new robots are designed to introduce students into the exciting world of electronics! Designed with high schools and technical colleges in mind, these robots come complete with detailed instructions. These kits require soldering and make great class projects for beginners! A Robot Car with a sensor to detect noise (like a clap) or physical contact for its reaction. It moves forward when it detects noise and reverses when it touches obstacles. Ages 12 & up Features Uses a microphone as a sound sensor Power Source: Two “AA” batteries (not included)
Cool” just got even cooler with the invention of SPIDER III, the third generation in our quest to offer the most advanced design and technology available. With its radical walking style, this intelligent robot avoids interference. This robot teaches us to turn the other cheek when confronted in a challenging situation. SPIDER III emits a light sensor beam; detects bogus things in front of it, signaling it to change direction and continue on a new path of righteousness. Do you know why SPIDER III is so cool It has more features and costs less than the older version. That’s way cool! Man gropes his way in the dark. A bat flies in the dark sensing its own super-sonic wave reflecting back from obstacles. Likewise, SPIDER III emits light sensor rays and judges by the reflection if there are any obstacles in front and gives signals in the form of electric pulses to alter the rotating direction of the left side motor to evade obstacles. Requires two AA and one 9V batteries.