Developed by Hayes Raffle and Laura Yip, Robo Topobo is a “controller that children can use to save, replay and adjust playback of up to four Topobo recordings, directing them like robotic puppets in a performance or like organic machines in a competition.” Video demonstration after the jump.

To use Robo, a child will first build a Topobo creature and physically program it by twisting its body around. He can save the recording by pressing Robo’s “record” button and then pressing one of its four “playback” buttons to assign the motion to that button

[via w-m-m-n-a]

Developed by Hayes Raffle and Laura Yip, Robo Topobo is a “controller that children can use to save, replay and adjust playback of up to four Topobo recordings, directing them like robotic puppets in a performance or like organic machines in a competition.” Video demonstration after the jump.

To use Robo, a child will first build a Topobo creature and physically program it by twisting its body around. He can save the recording by pressing Robo’s “record” button and then pressing one of its four “playback” buttons to assign the motion to that button

[via w-m-m-n-a]