LEGO - Brick Pi
Nov 3, 2017 · 1 min read
A lot of children start playing LEGO when they are in elementary school. And a lot of high-school students continue playing LEGO with the famous set LEGO Mindstorms. But, what’s NEXT?
Due to the following reasons:
- to directly start the imperative-style coding may be still a little tough for these adolescent professional LEGO players who have already been accustomed to graph-mode coding,
- to adopt other robots while learn coding would be lack of assembling interest for these professional LEGO players. A better solution has been found by Brick Pi.
Brick Pi has built up a bridge between LEGO and Raspberry Pi. Students now have a chance to enjoy both assembling a LEGO Mindstorms, as well as coding on a Raspberry Pi that controls the assembled robot.
Please refer to our students’ demos.
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