Tino Werner develops analogue control methods and walking mechanisms for mobile robots and is an inventor of technical games.
At the Technical University of Graz, he studied telematics with a focus on artificial intelligence. From 2004 to 2012, he developed artificial hands for prosthetics and robotics at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).
Since 2013, he, assisted by his wife Elvira Werner and Volkmar Spinnler, has devoted himself to establish mobile robots with simple analogue controls inspired by bionics.
The kits of VARIOBOT offer young people a new, exciting and playful approach to electronics and impressively demonstrate how living things manage without digital processing power.
Maker Spotlight about Tino Werner