LEGO Mindstorms EV3

I remember when, a few years ago, it was possible to read articles saying Lego was struggling to reinvent itself. Even that Lego has been replaced by Palymobil in our children’s hearts. Was it true or was it just a tactical stroke? One thing is sure, the today Lego’s World has become fascinating… for children like for adults.

This article by Jordan Crook just prooves it.

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LEGO Mindstorms EV3. Even the name is formidable, but just wait until you connect the dots and fire up these dragon-esque robots.

The EV3 set of robotic, programmable LEGOs is the very best version of this 14-year-old product line we’ve ever seen. The most notable edition is that users can program directly from the smart brick, the computational component included in each robot that gives the simple “If/Then” commands.

In the past, users had to program from their computers and then sync with the brick.

The Mindstorms EV3, the aptly named third generation model, also offers awesome …

Full article @ http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TechcrunchTV/Fly-Or-Die/~3/OF5rYDls0hA/
(a TechCrunch.com publication)

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