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Software based on Scratch used for programing your robots
A miniature computer (Arduino microcontroller) to run your robotic creations
A rechargeable power bank used to power robotic creations
A block that lights up with a single LED
A button to allow humans to interact with their robot
A motorized servo that can turn back and forth 180°
A robotic eye that can detect how bright it is
A block that detect lines drawn on paper.
A LineBlock can be used to teach your robot to follow a line, or stay inside a circle.
A speaker so our robots can make noises
A block that can tell when a magnet or "magic wand" gets close
A magical clear block that can become any colour (RGB LED)
A block that shines a red laser beam
A motorized gearbox that spins wheels, conveyor belts, and more!
You can't hook motors directly to your BrainBlock; you need a DriverBlock to connect your GoBlocks to your BrainBlock.
An adapter for the GoBlock so it can spin life into your Lego creationsInstructions
A wheel that attaches to GoBlocks to bring robots to lifeInstructions
A Joystick for driving and controlling your robotic creations
An RFID tag reader
Build your own security system with a wireless (RF) card and tag reader.
The reader works with: ID cards, Key tags, Skylander figures, Bus cards, special RFID stickers, and anything with an RFID chip hidden in it!
A mini traffic light with a red and green LED
A thermometer for your robotInstructions
A knob for adjusting speed, colour, movement, and much moreInstructions
A block that helps your robot know when he is tippingInstructions
A block that can show a single letter or number
You can join more than one FaceBlock together to make a pair of eyes that you can animate for the Face of your robot.
Bats use sonar (echo location) to detect objects, now your robot can tooInstructions
A mini computer screenInstructions
A microphone block to help your robot hear the worldInstructions
A fan that help your robot blow bubblesInstructions
A block that can see the infrared (IR) signals from TV remotesInstructions
Combine your RoboBloX into amazing projects!
Bring a robotic dragon to life! Using a WiggleBlock he will be able to move his head - watching you as you try to steal his treasure.
Use a BlinkBlock to make his eyes light-up with anger if you get too close!
You will use your EyeBlock to sense how close a human is.
Finally you will add a MagBlock to detect a magic wand that puts your dragon to sleep so you can steel his treasure.
BrainBlock + WiggleBlock + BlinkBlock = DragonBotInstructions
Students will bring their robots to life by building and then incorporating 4 RoboBloX into their design.
BrainBlock + WiggleBlock + BlinkBlock + MagBlock = PetBotInstructions
Combine a LetterBlock with a cardboard robot to bring WordBot to life.
Create an automated gate to help all the cars park safely.
Make a project that opens a gate when the driver presses a button.
BrainBlock + WiggleBlock + TrafficBlock + ButtonBlock = GateBotInstructions
Teach this little robot how to sort your Skittles and M&M's by color into separate cups.
Build your own Laser Show!
Use a DriverBlock, 2 motors, a couple of mirrors, and of course a laser, to create a robot that projects amazing and mesmerizing geometric shapes on the wall or ceiling!
Control your show from your laptop - and make it dance in time to the music!Instructions
CricketBot is a fast little Dual Drive robot.
BrainBlock + PowerBlock + DriverBlock
+ 2 x GoBlocks + 2 x RollBlocks = CricketBot!
DashBot is a cool and amazing dual drive robot that is compatible with Lego.
He is smarter, tougher, and even more incredible than CricketBot.
You can add extra RoboBloX to give DashBot extra skills and abilities.Instructions DashBot Challenges