I received my Kamigami robot from Kickstarter about 1 or so months ago. Not until now did I have time to assemble it. Actually, Lauren assembled most of it while I just helped occasionally.
The bot body is made with precision cut plastic which folds (this is the gami part) into the shape of something like an insect. Folds are held together with plastic snap rivets.
The PCB board is the brains and spine of the bot. It has RBG LED eyes and tail. The tiny motor is geared to move the insect legs fast and furiously.
The app updates firmware, drives the bot, and has a few bot games. There is a speed control which when running in full speed makes the bot look like its floating across the surface.
Unfortunately, because the parts do not assemble with precision, the mid-rail, which attaches the geared motor to the legs, fails to move because it is out of alignment and the motor does not have enough torque. So occasionally the left side doesn't really move causing the bot to spin in a circle. Fussing with it causes it to work again, but then it fails again. I may have to ditch the gami body and replace it with 3D parts.