Code your own app for the Phiro educational robot.
To use Phiro Code, you need a Phiro Pro robot. To learn more about Phiro, please visit Phiro's website
: http://catrob.at/Phiro --- note that Phiro Code is 100% compatible with our other coding apps such as Pocket Code
Phiro Code enables you to create, play, share and remix programs in a visual, drag and drop programming environment. You can develop your own app to control a Phiro robot! Games, animations and other Apps now become easy to make directly on your smartphone or tablet.
Phiro Code allows you to program and control your Phiro robot wirelessly via Bluetooth using a smartphone or tablet.
Use the smart phone’s sensors to create cool effects with Phiro! With the combination of your Phiro robot and this app you can make your own line follower robot, obstacle avoider, create your own remote control car and so much more. Phiro Code also helps you to program and control your Phiro robot together with a wireless Arduino board at the same time, so that you can enrich your Phiro robot with additional sensors or actuators.
See Phiro's YouTube channel
at http://catrob.at/PhiroYouTube for many examples showing what you can do with Phiro.
Use our other app Phiro Play
at http://catrob.at/PhiroPlay to control your Phiro robot in many different ways!
To initially pair your phone and your Phiro Pro robot (this needs to be done only once), please turn your robot on, then press the red button on top of the robot with the three rounded arrows two times, until the display area is illuminated in blue color (this switches your robot to its Bluetooth mode). Then, on your phone, scan for new Bluetooth devices, identify the robot (its name contains the number printed on the underside of your robot), select its entry, and enter the code '1234' to pair your phone and your robot.
Each time when you use Phiro Code, please make sure to turn on Bluetooth on your Phiro Pro, by pressing the red button on top of the robot with the three rounded arrows two times, until the display area is illuminated in blue color (this switches your robot to its Bluetooth mode). Then, on your phone, after starting a project created with Phiro Code, select the right Bluetooth device containing the number printed on the underside of your robot.
Please note that Phiro Code currently runs well only on smartphone and tablets with a screen size up to 7".