HamiltonBuhl's Edison Education Robot is a fun way for students to experiment with programming. Compatible with free, open-source graphical programming software, these robots interact with their surroundings via infra-red transmitters and receivers, line tracking, barcode reading, sounds and music, and sound detection. They are equipped with two motors with variable speeds, left and right red LED lights and three control buttons. They can even be programmed to communicate with each other, or controlled with TV remotes. Edison Education Robots are equipped with Lego-compatible plates that allow the robots to be built into larger, complex creations. Includes 10 free educational robotics lesson plans.