Project Rosie is an Education Initiative. The team believes exceptional science education should be accessible to all. The mission is to deliver effective educational technology that sparks a lifelong passion for science.
The Rosie team develops educational technologies for ages 8 and up. Co-creation drives product innovation. Workshops are run in partnership with schools, universities and corporations. Children, parents and educators are involved throughout development. The workshops currently explore smartphone technologies, including sensors and augmented reality.
The first product is an educational app. It follows the story of Rosie the Robot. This discovery app transforms your smartphone into an accessible science lab. Children teach Rosie by doing smartphone science experiments in the real world.
This project is supported by following partners: Gebert Ruef Foundation, Autonomous Systems Lab ETH Zurich, Wyss Zurich and Venture Kick.
Learn more about Rosie at projectrosie.ch.