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A Huck Gee and Modular Robotics collaboration
Limited Edition MOSS kit. Only 48 remaining.
This is art, not a toy: Ages 18+.
The MOSS Huck Tank
Pilot and Play
The Huck Tank works in both Remote Control and Autopilot modes, and you use the app to switch between modes. Control your Huck Tank by using the joystick to navigate, the slider to adjust the turret, and the BOOM button to fire your cannon. Engage the Autopilot and your Tank will seek targets while avoiding obstacles. Clap your hands once to stop, twice to fire and three times to shutdown.
Remix and Invent
Your Huck Tank is more than a beautiful, awesome piece of collectable robot art. You can remix your blocks to create new robots! Visit our robot recipes for inspiration or use the getting started guide to learn more. Instead of face colors, the Huck Tank face symbols guide your construction. They function just the same as regular MOSS faces without the smorgasbord of aesthetic coloring.
Huck Gee is a contemporary artist, illustrator, designer and toy maker based in San Francisco, California. Huck is a driving force in the world of ‘Art Toys’ and is known for crafting small runs of handmade figures that sell out instantly online to a global clientele. Huck’s artwork has been exhibited in galleries worldwide, and he has a design in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in NYC. In addition, he has journeyed on numerous international signing tours and has had his art published in an ungodly amount of books and magazines.
Download Huck Tank App.
When assembled, the Huck Tank becomes a smart-phone control robot that can fire foam darts from the unique Shooty Block.
Download the MOSS Huck Tank app to remotely operate your tank with DRIVE mode. Use the mystical orb to steer your Huck Tank, the turret to aim your spongy munitions, and fire with the BOOM button! Switch to AUTOPILOT mode to run an automated hunting program that navigates around obstacles and fires when the Mic Sensor detects a “double-clap.”