TNP.TV: The art of coding

Meet Artie 3000, the artistic coding cousin of last year’s sensational Botley, as Learning Resources’ Chris Beardmore and special guest Alan shows us what it can do

Written by Rhys Thomas

Posted 31.01.2019 | Products

Learning Resources is following up its hit coding robot Botley with a new artistic twist that introduces screen time and real-life programming languages to the portfolio for the very first time. Artie 3000 can be programmed through more than half a dozen different languages and visual interfaces making it the perfect companion for kids to have fun, learn the fundamentals of programming and come out with some smashing artwork. Chris Beardmore, UK Retail Sales Manager at Learning Resources, tells TNP.TV all about it. 



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