At the SXSWedu Conference in Austin, Lego Education demoed the new Lego Education EV3 Programming App for use with the Lego Mindstorms Education EV3 solution. The app is intended as an effective way for classrooms to get started with Lego Mindstorms Education EV3 within a 45-minute classroom period. [Read more...]
Lego’s tool kit contains hardware and software to create customizable and programmable robots, and features a programmable brick computer powered by TI’s Sitara AM1808 ARM9 processor to control the motors, monitor sensors, and run Linux. The AM1808 processor also enables interactive touch screens, high-resolution displays, fast performance, and multiple, flexible integrated connectivity options—all while maintaining low design costs and power levels.
In addition, the brick computer contains TI’s CC2560 Bluetooth connectivity solution, which allows users to control their robot with a mobile device using an iOS or Android app. Lego Mindstorms EV3 is available in retail stores, and a special version of the platform, Lego Mindstorms EV3 Education, is available for classrooms through Lego Education.