WHY: In an age of device overload, we are striving to make the interactions between machines and humans truly beneficial. From learning to teaching and up to building relationships, we are aiming to make them #GrowTogether.

HOW: Solbit is the first robotic companion that reacts to emotions. Using an AI system (artificial intelligence) and a STEAM methodology (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math), Solbit follows, interacts and adapts to your child to play, learn and #GrowTogether in a responsive environment.

WHAT: Whether you are a child, a parent or a teacher, Solbit will create a personalized learning experience. Solbit does so many things: it listens, it recognizes (voices, words and images), it follows, it asks, it answers, it teaches and it tracks progress. Most important of all, Solbit learns and #growstogether with the child.

Great for kids
Through its machine learning algorithms, Solbit recognizes their unique talents. builds on their creative strengths and accelerates their skills development. It grows together with the children.
Helpful for parents
Through its' parent app, Solbit gives parents the possibility to guide and participate in the learning experience of their children, builds communication between them and, last but not least, shares in family time.
Insightful for schools
Through its cloud-based library and network of learning apps, Solbit allows the teachers to make the learning experience more fun and engaging for their students. to build focus and strengthen teamwork.

HEROES GROWING UP

Meet our heroes – Chris, Michael, Anthony and Maria. Click on their photos on the right to discover their story of exploration.

HEROES GROWING UP

Meet our heroes – Chris, Michael, Anthony and Maria. Click on their photos on the right to discover their story of exploration.

Chris is a 5 year old who wants to travel all over the world. In his journey, he plas to discover new languages, learn new sciences, find out about different cultures. And after all these, he plans to invent something the world has never seen before. That’s why he started discovering the world around him with the object quests he has with his new friend – Solbit. Don’t tell anyone, but he is also getting ready to learn a new language – Solbit will learn with him.

Chris

HEROES GROWING UP

Meet our heroes – Chris, Michael, Anthony and Maria. Click on their photos on the right to discover their story of exploration.

Michael is 8 and, after watching the Transformers movie, he’s all about robots. He dreams about building one in the near future. A robot that can transform into a backpack so that he can take it with him at school and everywhere else. This is why he started learning about mechanics through the quiz app in Solbit’s system. Solbit also guides him by explaining to him how he is designed and what robotic components he is made of.

Michael

HEROES GROWING UP

Meet our heroes – Chris, Michael, Anthony and Maria. Click on their photos on the right to discover their story of exploration.

Anthony is a 6 year old who dreams about becoming a pilot. And a superhero, of course. He goes through a lot of books that highlight the different types of machines that mankind built and he asks Solbit what they are in order to better understand what he can create. Solbit also challenges to enhance his word pronunciation by repeating the names of the machines with him. That’s how you develop a superhero super speaker!

Anthony

HEROES GROWING UP

Meet our heroes – Chris, Michael, Anthony and Maria. Click on their photos on the right to discover their story of exploration.

Maria is a creative, curious and modern 5-year-old girl who can use an iPad easier than her mother. Solbit is her friend and they learn together about the world around them through the Object Quest app. Even when her parents are not home, she feels close to them as she plays with all the games they chose for Solbit. In the meantime, they can see on the parent app how her knowledge is evolving and can be a part of her journey.

Maria
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The future of robotics in education

"Software may be a big opportunity for both large companies and startups to disrupt education – with new apps and games created every year to take on issues of literacy, math and science knowledge deficiency and lack of critical thinking – but when it comes to keeping kids engaged, hardware may just be the future of ed tech."
CES 2015

The future of robotics in education

"Robots will be the next smartphones. Smartphones already have voice recognition technology but it is not used much as people are not comfortable talking to a grey black box. If it had a human shape, we would be willing to talk to it."
Tomokata Takanashi, creator of Kirobo, Japan's first robot astronaut

The future of robotics in education

"There are lots of educational tools that are engaging, and there are some that teach real world lessons like design thinking, complexity, systems thinking, perseverance, project-based learning and collaboration. But robotics is unparalleled in combining all of these educational possibilities."
ModRobotics

 

Play the first game for Solbit

Image recognition is one of the essential features of a robot. Play our game to test the image recognition power of Solbit. Image recognition is one of the essential features of a robot.
Play our game to test the image recognition power of Solbit.

Subscribe to enter our competition! First, upload a photo from your computer. Subscribe to enter our competition!
First, upload a photo from your computer.

Our AI will analyze the elements in it and compare it to the images library in the cloud. After that, it will tell you what it thinks the photo represents. Our AI will analyze the elements in it and compare it to the images library in the cloud. After that, it will tell you what it thinks the photo represents.

The last step you need to take is to share your result across social media. You will be able to see who shared his result the most! The last step you need to take is to share your result across social media.
You will be able to see who shared his result the most!

Enter the competition and get a chance to win a fully equipped Solbit for your family! Discover and teach Solbit's AI about the world around us!

Recognition

7 Senses Labs, the company that developed Solbit, has been recognized by major technology and educational organizations worldwide:

In 2016, 7 Senses Labs was selected as a top company by the White House for US STEM initiatives.

In 2015, 7 Senses Labs won the Intel Innovation Award.

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