We have waited patiently for Roamer ® . Now it’s starting to roll off the production line. GO took the opportunity to ask its designer Dave Catlin what is so special about it? (more…)
When the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry hosted the Robot Exhibition they invited Roamer to take part in their family active zone. Find out why Roamer became a big hit and how it met some old friends among the visitors and awesome robots. (more…)
Dancing is one of Roamer’s favourite pastimes. The Classic Roamer started it over twenty years ago and the EU Code Week gave her daughter the chance to follow in her wheel tracks. Find out what happened at the University College London’s Code Event and how you can use this idea in your classroom. (more…)
When a 4th Grade student started to choke on a chicken bone her friends programmed Roamer to make a dramatic life-saving dash to the hospital. Teacher and Roamer enthusiast Michael Raby set this and other problems for his students to solve in a wonderfully playful lesson. (more…)
At the end of September, two Peace Pioneers came together to promote Peace. Oldham is the first UK Council to sign the Pledge to Peace. Roamer is the first robot to sign the same pledge. Oldham Council marked the United Nation’s Peace Day (21st September) with a Peace Week. This effort gave Valiant Technology the chance to show various ways Roamer can meet its Pledge and help with a maths lesson at the same time.
On the 2nd July Roamer went to support the Waves of Change Conference, held at The Crystal in London’s Docklands. The conference gathered to promote peace and discuss the issue of water conservation. Roamer engaged around 40 delegates in a Murder Mystery Game, aimed at highlighting the issues of water supply and water pollution. A few days later we visited St Ignatius College, Enfield. Once again Roamer proved adept at prompting adults and students to think about issues our children will face in the future. (more…)