If you’re thinking of getting into robotics, or even building your own, there’s an easy way to get started.
It’s called teeny, tiny and incredibly cute.
It uses robotics and technology to solve problems.
And it’s completely free.
Teeny, Tiny and Cute is a Kickstarter campaign for a robot called Teeny which would allow people to build something small, cute and totally wearable.
The robot has been described as a “tiny” robot with a small body and a tiny frame.
It can be placed in a backpack, pocket or any other place where it would be comfortable and easy to operate.
Teeny has been designed with a goal in mind.
It wants to save lives by helping people in need.
In a recent video about Teeny , CEO Adam Gagliano talks about the team’s goals and how it came to be.
“When I was a kid I had a toy robot that was a little bit different.
It had a small motor and a small battery, so you could turn it on and off and it would play music,” he said.
“But it wasn’t a real toy, it wasn, in a way, a child’s toy.
It was a toy.”
Gaglian told Mashable Teeny could save the lives of many people.
In the video, he talks about how he and his team built Teeny and the robot’s first few moves.
“I would be sitting there watching the news on the television and the kids were screaming and the world was going crazy.
I was like, what are you guys doing?
I would watch the news and I’d be like, it’s a tragedy,” he explained.
“So we started talking to other kids, asking them what they would be doing if their child was in a car accident, or had cancer.
I would ask them if they would want to be the person who would pick up their kid from school.”
Ganglian said they wanted to help people with a problem and said Teeny would allow them to do that.
Teenys first movement is a motion that it makes to turn on the robot.
It moves the head around a bit and then it turns to face its user.
Teenies head moves a little to the side and then the robot moves its head to face the user.
Gagliian said Teenys movement is easy to control and that it’s also fun to play with.
“We really wanted it to be easy for people to learn and we didn’t want to make it hard to learn,” he told Mashables.
“I mean, you’re going to get kids who are really, really good at it.
So if they are just learning how to walk, or they are really good with their hands and then they have a little accident or if they’re really bad with their arms, then it is easy for them to learn.”
Gadlian says Teeny has already been used in several medical emergencies and he wants to do it for other situations.
“It is going to be used in the emergency room, the fire department, a lot of other things,” he noted.
“We think it will be useful for anything that is really complicated, a big event or really complex.
We want to use it in all sorts of situations.
We don’t want it to just be a toy.
So it’s kind of like a game controller, it can be used for anything, it just needs a little hand holding.”
Teeny will be available for $99 and is currently only available for backers of the Kickstarter campaign.
The project has been running for almost a year and has raised more than $1.5 million.
Gagliiano said they hope to get a robot in the next few months.
Teenys price tag has also raised some controversy.
It came with a $200 pledge and $60 shipping.
Gaggliian and the other founders have promised a refund if the price increases.
“If we raise more money then we will refund everyone and then people who ordered Teeny will get a full refund, and they will get their money back,” Gagloviano said.
Teenies development began in 2012, with Gagliviano and his brother working together on their own robotics project.
Teenym has a history of delays and other problems.
Gaga said that their company is working on a new product that they hope will be released in the near future.
Gaggliano told Mashably Teeny can help people in a number of ways, but he’s most interested in helping people with cancer.
“One of the things we found is that it can really help with cancer because it will help you relax and you can see where your tumours are,” he added.
“That’s something we really want to do with Teeny.”
Gaggliiano told us Teeny is one of a number projects that he hopes to make commercial, but it’s still in its infancy.
“There are many projects that I’m