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WowWee 0802 Coji The Coding Robot Toy
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- Download the app to control coji from your smart device.
- Program using emoji language.
- Play games that test your memory and problem-solving skills.
- Develop stem skills.
- Play with or without app. Requires three aaa batteries (not included).
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From the manufacturer
Learn to code with Coji
Coji is a fun robot who teaches kids the basics of coding with Emojis.
Problem-solving with a smile(y)
Learn to code with Emojis
Smiley faces and other emoticons are familiar to kids and adults alike. With Coji, you can string emojis together with arrows and images and you have a set of commands that kids all over the world can learn to use, regardless of their language or reading level.
Send Coji commands
Your junior coder will have fun controlling Coji. Send Coji a set of recorded commands and he’ll react by moving around, making funny sounds, and displaying different emojis on his screen.
Learn to Code with Coji
- Perfect for 4-7 year olds
- Teaches the basics of coding
- Emoji language for pre-readers
- Develops STEM skills
- Play with or without app
Coji challenges his playmates with different skill-testing games that encourage critical thinking. In one game, your child will use emoji code to safely direct Coji’s digital avatar through a maze - avoiding obstacles along the way. In another, Coji becomes a physical controller for the digital world.
Laugh and learn
Coji will make your child giggle with his hilarious reactions to trial and error problem solving. ..and will help your child turn mistakes into future success.
When lesson time is over, kids can drive Coji around for fun using a compatible tablet or smartphone as a remote control.
Put the smartphone aside
Today’s kids love using smartphones and tablets, and will have fun using the Coji app on their smart device to control Coji. When screen time is over, your child can also interact directly with Coji. This adorable robot reacts to physical stimulation such as tilting and shaking. 'LOL' as Coji steals your 'heart' with pre-programmed responses.
WowWee COJI The Coding Robot Toy
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|Item Dimensions||4.72 x 7.87 x 7.87 in||2.6 x 5.3 x 7.3 in||2 x 3.1 x 4.7 in||7.17 x 6.69 x 6.34 in||7.75 x 19 x 10 in||5.91 x 9.45 x 3.54 in|
|Item Weight||—||1 lb||3.52 ounces||3 lbs||0.66 lb||0.84 lb|
Top customer reviews
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1) No edge detection. Play on the floor or risk surprise falls, especially since when 'bored', the Coji will occasionally drive short distances unprompted.
2) The 'play without app' option is a joke, as your options are limited to 'flying' or 'shaking', and the only result is the Coji making a little noise (a 'whee!' for flying and a 'wub wub wub'-head-shaking-noise for shaking). This product is useless without the app.
3) The app... ooh, let's make a list!
3a) latency issues: button presses take time to register, resulting in frustration and confusion ('but i already pressed the arrow, why isn't it in the command line!', etc)
3b) control issues: in Drive Mode, it offers a standard touchscreen joystick that does NOT operate like standard touchscreen joysticks.
3c) transparency issues: in freeplay mode, users can pick from a menu of emojis, each of which causes the Coji to perform a small routine. Short of memorizing these, this is nothing more than a Random Action Generator. Entertaining? Sorta, sure. Educational? Nope. (Also, one of the menus is greyed out, with no indication as to why.)
This product claims to be a 'coding robot toy', but the app makes it quite difficult to actually 'code' anything. Yes, it teaches 'i press a button here and an action happens there', but so does a remote control car. There are apps out there that use the same 'coding' model as this robot, and yes, they don't have a robot, but they do have better graphics, better interfaces, better feedback for the learner, better progression of complexity, and really just better everything. This robot is a gimmick.
Without the companion app, available on recent iOS and Android devices, COJI is useless. Sure, it makes a sound when you tilt it or shake it, but so does a baby rattle. Not impressed. Also, the companion app is not available on iPad 2, which is a shame for kids who have received older tablets from parent who've upgraded.
All of these shortcomings could be overlooked if the companion app were awesome. It's not. There's a few different modes, some of which don't even let you control the robot. The two modes that do let you control the robot consist of a "follow the directions, step by step" control mode, which frankly, is limited and quite boring, and "remote control" mode, which frankly, is horrible and imprecise.
The six-year old who received this robot as a gift got bored of it after ten minutes, and went back to playing games on his iPad. As a technically-savvy adult, I couldn't even think of any way to make this toy more interesting for him. Such a shame for a device that is essentially a market-driven product.