LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Robotics Kit

LEGO MINDSTORMS features a programmable brick that is the microcomputer that controls motors and sensors, as well as providing wireless communication through Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

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The LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 (US Version) is a programmable robotics kit that gives you the power to build and program your own robots with touch sensor, color sensor, infrared sensor and 550-plus LEGO Technic elements.

The LEGO MINDSTORMS Series lets you create and command robots that walk, talk, think and do anything you can imagine. Follow the step-by-step 3D building instructions to create TRACK3R, R3PTAR, SPIK3R, EV3RSTORM and GRIPP3R and bring them to life with an intuitive and icon-based programming interface. Grab the enclosed remote control and take on challenging ready-made missions or download the free app and command your robot using your smart device.

LEGO MINDSTORMS features a programmable brick that is the microcomputer that controls motors and sensors, as well as providing wireless communication through Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The robots also feature 2 Large Motors and 1 Medium Motors to make your robot move in multiple ways and directions. Motors have built-in Rotation Sensor with 1-degree resolution for precise control.

Here’s a look at some of the different robots you can create:

SPIK3R:  six-legged creature with a lightning tail that urns sharply and snaps with its crushing claw.
TRACK3R a crawler-mounted, all-terrain robot with four interchangeable tools.
GRIPP3R: A muscle robot that likes to lift heavy things with its solid build and powerful, grasping grippers. measures over 11″ (30cm) high, 9″ (24cm) long and 7″ (18cm) wide
R3PTAR: The standing 35 cm. / 13.8 inch tall R3PTAR robot slithers across the floor like a real cobra, and strikes at lightning speed with it’s pointed red fangs.
EV3RSTORM The most advanced of the LEGO MINDSTORMS Robots is quipped with a blasting bazooka and a spinning tri-blade.



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