Robot runner workshop – Primary Education

19th september 2016 – 23th june 2017

Bristlebots are small and very simple robots capable of moving and running with the help of a battery.

Using a 3D printer, we will build several bristlebots with the students in an educational and fun activity that will combine play and new technologies.


  • To observe, perceive, understand and critically interpret images of the natural and cultural environment, being sensitive to their plastic, aesthetic and functional qualities.
  • Explore digital resources for the creation of artistic works.
  • Explore and get to know different materials and instruments and acquire specific codes and techniques of the different artistic languages to use them for expressive and communicative purposes.
  • Carry out artistic productions in a cooperative way, assuming different roles and collaborating in the resolution of the problems that arise in order to achieve a satisfactory final product.