Monthly Archives: September 2014


Hack-E-Bot is getting a brain upbraid

The original Hack-E-Bot kit was designed to start kids off with the Adafruit Trinket, a small Arduino chip, for use as the robots brain. The Trinket is quite powerful for it’s size but somewhat limiting for a robot. We have now decided to upgrade that brain to the Adafruit Trinket […]

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Geek Girls Carrots Seattle

RaaSIO brought Hack-E-Bot to a Geek Girls Carrots event at the Seattle Public Library. We helped everyone build some of the bots and program them as well. All the kids had loads of fun and showed off their robots at the end of the day. We also got a lot of […]


Portland Maker Faire

Hack-E-Bot will be at the Portland Maker Faire on Saturday September 13th and Sunday the 14th as part of the Crowd Supply booth. This will also be the kick off of our first crowd funding campaign to get our first large batch of kits out into the wild.

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