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Parsons School of Design MFA Design and Technology program theses2016 ➔ BeeBot

Thesis


Related people/organizations

Colleen Macklin (thesis advisor)
Ethan Silverman (thesis advisor)
John Sharp (thesis advisor)
Chris Prentice (thesis advisor)
Daruswat Wattanarojjananikorn (designer)

Date

May 11 2016

Description

The drone toy kit called BeeBot is a prebuilt circuit tool to teach children the basic idea of how a drone works and how children can make their personal drone. They will gain another perspective of experience that they cannot get from other kinds of RC toys. They will be able to assemble by following the instructions step by step so they know how each part works, and with their parents learn that this drone is not dangerous like standard models. Each part has joints to connect pieces together. According to safety, children who play with this drone will not be hurt by propellers because they are covered by the shell. They will follow the instructions first and then design the shape by themselves. BeeBot will also provide a hexagon unit for them to attach to their drone in order for multiple drones to fly together

Identifier

PC020402_2016_wattd590

Citation

Daruswat Wattanarojjananikorn. BeeBot. May 11 2016. Parsons School of Design MFA Design and Technology program theses; 2016. New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive. Web. 19 Sep 2019.

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