Meet the RobotGeek ‘Chip-E’ kit: an open source 3D printed robot driven by Arduino that gets you familiar with STEM concepts. It is powered by the RGS-13 servos and can be controlled using an IR gamepad. The robot has a 2×16 LED display to display animations and patterns. You can program it in Arduino.
The kit includes a Geekduino, sensor shield, 180-degree servos, 2200 mAh battery, and everything you need to get started.