This is Ozobot
Ozobot makes award-winning robots for the next generation of creators. Ozobots can be coded two ways: online with Ozobot Blockly and screen-free with Color Codes. The Ozobot mission is to give all children the opportunity to create with technology.
How It Started
2012 - A Big Idea
Nader Hamda sets out to make small robots with a big mission. His 10-year-old daughter names the project Ozobot.
Jan 2014 - Two Ways to Code
After two years of testing and prototyping, Bit—the original Ozobot—is unveiled at CES in Las Vegas.
Aug 2014 - Bit by Bit
Ozobot files the patent for Color Codes, a screen-free way to code robots with markers and stickers before advancing to OzoBlockly.
2015 - Blushing Bot
Bit is named Best Robot Toy at the 2015 KAPi Awards and a finalist at the Toy of the Year Awards.
2016 - Always Evolving
Evo, an app-connected Ozobot enhanced with Bluetooth Smart, a built-in speaker, and some super cool sensors, is unveiled.
2017 - All Grown Up
Evo and Bit reach over 10,000 classrooms across the U.S. Meanwhile, Ozobot’s named one of Los Angeles Business Journal’s Best Places to Work.
2018 - Not-So-Humble Bot
Evo wants everyone to know…the smart, small, social robot was nominated for the 2018 Edison Awards!
Ozobot’s team is a diverse group of artists and engineers. Kids are their collaborators, inspiring them every day with all the ways they play, create, and share using the Ozobot robots.