HighTechScience.org's    "QuadraBotz" Robot

Sci Center Home

Our Robot Collection

Robby the Robot

Lost in Space Robot

Our R2D2 Robot

Our WALL-E Robot

Robots in the News

Robots w/Bob May

Robots w/June
    Lockhart & Bob May

Who We Are

About the Founder

Our Electric Vehicles

Our RC Helicopters

Our Space Collection

About The Collection

The Solar Express

Sub Restoration

News & Press Center

What They're Saying

Sci-Center Locations

Nebula Slide Show

ScienceFest Expo

How You Can Help

Our Supporter's

Reference Library

Science Activities

Science Software

Educational Videos

Fun Science Facts

Weather Central

All About Food

Solar Radiometers

Our Solar System

Sci Merit Badges

Space Calendar

Space Flight Info


NASA for Kids

NASA Info & Links

Astronaut Addresses

Int'l Space Agencies

HAM Radio Info

Animal Facts

Public Zoo's

Nature Trails

Hiking Trails

Historical Sites

How Stuff Works

Table of Elements

Museums of the USA

Museums of the World

News & Press Center

Science Center
Science Center News Items & Press Releases

About Us

Who We Are

About the Founder

E-Mail Us

More To Explore

TV Test Patterns

U.S. TV Stations

Global TV Stations

Wide Screen Info

Video Glossary

History of TV

Copyright Info

Tape & VCR Tips

Battery Care & Info

Mini DV Info

Memory Stick Info

Tape Length/Time

Camcorder Choices

Info Center & Links

  The QuadraBotz is a programmable robot kit with 180 different programmable commands. It walks on any smooth surface, has 5 operating modes, responds to light, reacts to obstacles, programmable PIC technology, and 2-way communication with a PC (cable supplied). The CD-Rom contains fully illustrated details, operating principles, circuits, and an audio-visual programming tutorial. Includes a PC Cable and free resource material. No soldering is required. The IBotz QuadraBotz is recommended for ages 14 + up.

  The Ibotz QuadraBotz Programmable Robot Kit is a four legged walking robot that reacts to its environment based on your programming. The software is very well designed and fun to use, allowing users to experiment with different walking "gaits" and to set and control individually the three motors,  beeper sounds, light sensors and obstruction detectors.

   To build this educational robot requires only basic hand tools. The kit contains detailed instructions and educational background information on each component used and why. The kit will teach the fundamentals of sensor technology and show how it all goes together.

   Initially pre-loaded with a program that beeps, seeks light, and avoids obstacles, QuadraBotz can be reprogrammed to perform in many different ways. Programs can be developed step by step with the PC lead connected before being loaded into QuadraBotz's memory for 'free-running'.

   The kit includes a CD ROM, a full set of chassis parts, printed circuit board and all components, hardware, three motor/gearboxes, nuts, screws, fixings, serial lead, and battery boxes. The QuadraBotz uses 4 "AA" batteries.

The QuadraBotz
robot is made by

Here is a YouTube video of the QuadraBotz in action

Our Robots on display at the South Florida Science Museum

Robby the Robot B9 Lost in Space Robot  R2D2

Click Here to read what the Press Say's about our Space Collection & Science Centers

Our Robot Collection Has Been Highlighted On Television, Newspapers and Magazine Articles.
Click Here for Articles & News Stories

We exhibit these & other robots Free of Charge at schools, science museum's, robotic competitions and science expo's with the hope that they inspire everyone... young & old.

The HighTechScience.org Robotic Competition
Sponsored by  HighTechScience.org
Click Here for more info

Click Here for some links
to other robotic web sites
Links to other Robot Sites

Our items have been displayed at these Museums & Centers:
South Florida Science Museum in West Palm Beach Museum of Discovery & Science in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
GWiz Science Museum in Sarasota, Florida

Boynton Beach Children's Museum & Learning Center

The Children's Museum in La Habra, CA The Children's Museum
at La Habra, California
Boyton Beach Public Library Boynton Beach
City Library

Click Here to read what the Press Say's about our Space Collection & Science Centers

Our Space Collection Has Been Highlighted On Television, Newspapers and Magazine Articles.

Read what the Press say's about

Click Here for current News, Articles and Press Releases

Follow us on

Click Here to Follow us on Twitter and get the latest news updates on us.

for the Latest Robot News, Press Releases and Updates

Who We Are     News & Press Center     E-Mail Us

Our Science Centers   Our Electric Cars   Our Space Collection

Our International Robot Collection     Our Community Involvement

This web site is intended for educational purposes & to
further enhance the learning experience for kids of all ages.

Our purpose is to bring new technologies to the youth of America
and to promote science and space research & education.

There is never an admission fee or cover charge nor
does HighTechScience.org sell any products or services.

The Science Centers are donated by High-Tech Productions,
a privately owned company located in Florida.

Our All-Electric Vehicles, Robots and Space Artifacts are loaned out and
displayed at schools, museums and science symposiums
Free of Charge

Special thanks to Kevin Burns of Synthesis Entertainment.

Copyrightę  High-Tech Productions     All rights reserved.