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TI-Innovator Rover
Photo: Company [Sep 15, 2017]

Texas Instruments (TI) has announced the TI-Innovator Rover, the company's first robotics solution for middle and high school students that makes learning STEM subjects a moving experience.

Students can write programs on their TI graphing calculators that get Rover's wheels turning and their minds learning in a fun, interactive and hands-on way, according to the company. Rover connects to the TI-Innovator Hub and either a TI-84 Plus CE or TI-Nspire CX graphing calculator that many students already have and drives interest and curiosity in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects. Students without any exposure to coding or robotics can get started by writing a basic program to make Rover do things like draw, dance or even crash.

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