Professor Einstein is an educational robot with some pretty fun features

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Professor Einstein

This little Kickstarter looks like loads of fun for not only kids but geeks, nerds and just about anyone else, because who doesn’t love Einstein?

Professor Einstein is an adorable Kickstarter that wants to bring the power of robotics and interactive learning to kids 13 and up. This little guy can smile, frown, and stick his tongue out. He also offers brain-teasing games which come with the included Android or iOS apps. He can also hold a conversation and the company says Einstein is quite the talker. He has a three-hour battery life, which does seem a little weak, but he is rechargeable of course.

According to Albert Einstein, the sky’s the limit when imagination and knowledge are paired together! Now you can learn science through the whimsical and knowledgeable eyes of your own personal genius—Professor Einstein.

Professor Einstein is the first robot with full facial expressions that can interact dynamically with you and your iPad or Android tablet to teach science and play learning games.

The Stein-O-Matic app is the user’s guidebook and control system for directly engaging content. Using the app, you have access to new activities added to the Stein-O-Matic every day. In addition, Professor Einstein’s robust reward system allows you to earn IQ points, which you can use to unlock special items, bonus games and avatar upgrades.

Place an iPad or Android tablet next to Professor Einstein and watch as he guides you through interactive lessons, eye-popping slideshows, daily mental kick starts, thought experiments, jokes, brain games and more.

This little Kickstarter looks like loads of fun for not only kids but geeks, nerds and just about anyone else, because who doesn’t love Einstein? If you want to get in on supporting this project and picking up your own Einstein robot, the starting price is $269USD. That is a bit pricey for sure, but it does look like loads of fun. Hit the Kickstarter link below to check it out.

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  Source: Kickstarter
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