Playful

Play with light, sound, touch, and even chat with other Robots! Each has its own personality which you can customize!

Programmable

Change your Robot's characteristics and add new features with the Arduino programming environment!

Educational

Available as a Do-It-Yourself Kit for those who want to solder! Learn about building and repairing electronics!

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Beep, Blink? Buzz!

Let's Play!
Your Little Robot Friend can sense and play with touch, sound, ambient and infrared light!

10 Characters!
Do you want an excitable robot, or a grumpy one? Use our selector tool to choose from ten characters - each with their own quirks and signature greetings!

Robot Chat!
Robots can chat and sing with each other by sending IR signals! Watch their personalities come through in how they speak!

Get Creative!

Get All The Updates!
With a Hacker Dock or a compatible dongle, you'll be able to install every bit of software that our team dreams up or the LRF community shares! From new expressions, custom personality combos, maybe even Little Robot mini-games!

Dive into Arduino!
Hack into your Robot's open-source code - fully compatible with the popular and powerful Arduino platform!

Add Your Own Features!
Hacker Docks feature their own fully-functional Arduino controller and can pass information to and from your Robot. That means you can add new sensors, motors or a whole lot more!


Let's Make Friends!

Do-It-Yourself!
If you're curious about what makes electronics work and have some experience with soldering (or know someone who can show you), a DIY kit may be a great project for you!

Tools You'll Use!
Putting together a Little Robot Friend requires a precise soldering iron, some pliers, a small screwdriver, some small wire snips and a little glue. In about an hour, you'll have a new friend.


Get in touch!

Distributors!

Interested in retailing or distributing Little Robot Friends? Leave us your info and we'll be in touch!

Classrooms?

Want to use Little Robot Friends to teach in a class, course, or workshop? We'd love to hear from you!