Wonder Workshop

Wonder Workshop is teaching children to code by integrating cutting-edge hardware and software experiences. Their first products are beautifully-designed robots, Dash & Dot, that children can program using mobile devices.

They are a multidisciplinary team of software and hardware designers, engineers, educators, and business leaders focused on developing mobile applications for Dash & Dot Our founders come from Google, Apple, Amazon, and Frog Design and blend their backgrounds to create cohesive multi-platform experiences. Educating children takes a village, so they have opened their API to the world so anyone can create an app to use with their robots.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Mateo, US
Founded
2012
Size (employees)
66 (est)+4%
Wonder Workshop was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in San Mateo, US

Key People at Wonder Workshop

Vikas Gupta

Vikas Gupta

Co-founder & CEO
Saurabh Gupta

Saurabh Gupta

Co-Founder & CTO

Wonder Workshop Office Locations

Wonder Workshop has offices in San Mateo, Seattle, Berlin, Fort Lauderdale and in 2 other locations
San Mateo, US (HQ)
200 1500 Fashion Island Blvd
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Wonder Workshop Data and Metrics

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Wonder Workshop's latest funding round in July 2016 was reported to be $20 m. In total, Wonder Workshop has raised $37.3 m

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Wonder Workshop News and Updates

Wonder Workshop’s new CleverBot educational robots can grasp natural language

Wonder Workshop has unveiled two new CleverBots robots for children, dubbed Cue and Dot. The robots are designed to inspire children and teens to be creative and learn how to program robots. The robots from San Mateo, California-based Wonder Workshop are among many educational robots that are design…

Dancing robots! Backflipping drones! Apple wants your iPad to teach you to program hardware

 Code rules everything around me. And you. Really: be it the stoplight you stared at this morning, or the train you rode in on, or the lil’ robot vacuum keeping your floor ever-so-slightly cleaner while you’re away, code is everywhere. But even for people who’ve put the time in to learn to program, …

Toyota Research’s Gill Pratt is speaking at TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics at MIT July 17

 TechCrunch’s first ever robotics event is fast approaching, and we’re putting the final touches on an amazing programming line-up, which includes MIT’s Daniela Rus, Disney’s Martin Buehler, Amazon’s Tye Brady, ABB’s Sami Atiya, iRobot’s Colin Angle, SRI’s Manish Kothari and many more. Look for the …

Makeblock raises $30 million for robot-building kits for kids

 Remember when kids could simply play with their toys? They still can. But parents are increasingly spending on toys that are chockablock with tech components, and that promise to turn their kids into software developers or robotics engineers. The Toy Industry Association, which held its Internation…

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With the Consumer Electronics Show coming up on January 5th, we decided to examine the thousands of exhibitors at the show and determine which of them are some of the key companies to watch. After scraping the exhibitor page on … Continued

Five toys that will get kids of all ages interested in technology

It’s that magical time of year, when you can force your own interests on other people via the act of gifting. If you’re interested in…
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