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Parallax Holiday Gift-Giving Guide 2019

Need Help Picking the Perfect Gifts? Name of Parallaxian Their Recommended Product Why They Love It Andy Lindsay Applications Engineer ActivityBot 360° Robot Kit (#32600) For someone 14 and up, I'd definitely pick the ActivityBot 360° Robot Kit as a holiday gift! It's the best way to get started...

Parallax Wants Educator and Student Feedback on our new Learn Program!

With the launch of our C for Propeller educational program on Learn.parallax.com , Parallax is running our Educators Courses in Taiwan, China, Japan, Netherlands, and of course the United States. On Friday we returned from the Netherlands only to plan another trip to China. Our Dutch course was...

Shipping over a thousand packages!

Thank you to all of our customers who’ve placed more than a thousand on-line orders since Cyber Monday! Our shipping department has done an amazing triage with a variety of circumstances, including: international destinations with customs paperwork, distributor stocking orders, and special packages...

Open Propeller Project: iPad to ActivityBot

iOS Control of Propeller through TechBASIC: Welcome to our first Open Propeller Project! This project stems from a prior effort we launched in the Parallax Discussion Forums - programming a Propeller from an iPad and a movement quietly underway by banjo, unsoundcode and Mike Cook. You loaded the...

Recap of a robot-filled visit from Whittenberg Country School

Whittenberg Country School stopped by Friday to tour the Parallax facility and learn to program Scribbler 2 robots. Students ranging in age from 8 to 17 years had a blast programming their S2 robots to navigate around cardboard boxes on the floor. They also programmed the S2 robots to draw...
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High School Students Customize ELEV-8 V2 Quadcopters at Parallax

Students are very interested in Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) so I put a few ELEV-8s into a local high school last winter. They were enrolled in an Engineering Technology course, a not-for-credit STEM program with a 3D printer, laser cutter, CNC router, welder and computers. Most of these...

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