It’s just amazing the multiple incredible things you can do with a robot. Our parents’ and grandparents’ generation, couldn’t even think of the great possibilities weand our children have today: Building robots at school, or even at home.
In this opportunity, we would like to show you some of the most amazing projects done with the LEGO Mindstorms EV3. The robot builders we introduce to you today are extremely talented and creative.
When seeing projects like these, we realize how accurate are the researchesthat say that robotics and STEM help with critical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity.
We invite you to enjoy and to appreciate the effort of these talented kids and teens, who made with their own hands and minds these outstanding projects using their LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Robotics kit.
Have you always wanted to grab big items with one hand? This very smart robotics lover discovered a way to do so by using his talent in programming an EV3 robot. Don’t miss out, and let yourself be inspired with this. You could totally build your own! Trust yourself, trust your talent!
In this fantastic video, you won’t only see the tabs to play “Little Talks” by “Of Monsters and Men” on guitar, but you’ll also see an EV3 robot playing it in an outstanding way. This EV3 project is just amazing. After seeing the result, you can go to the video’s comments and see how this super talented robotics expert actually achieved this musical and technological goal.
Solving the Rubiks Cube has never been an easy task. Until now. In this great video, we see how a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 user, could program their robot, in order to solve the Rubiks Cube in only 22 moves. Take a look at this exciting video and start feeling jealous! Indeed. This robot can solve it faster than you.
Most of us struggle every day when we have to fold our clean T-Shirts. That struggle is now over. Learn how to program your EV3 to fold your T-Shirts in a clean, organized and pretty way. No more mountains of clothing in that famous chair we all have in some part of our bedrooms. Start programming your robot and stop folding your clothing with your hands.
This game was an important part of many childhoods out there. Now, together with your kids or students, you can program this EV3 and play “Simon” against it. Watch this great video by Francois Dubuc and be amazed.
Besides all of these very cool projects, you can now program a virtual robot that is compatible with the EV3 brick. In CoderZ, our online learning environment, we have the Brickbot, a robot that you can create a code for, and then download your program to your EV3 robot through Lejos.
For Parkland Magnet MS’ teachers, CoderZ offers up real-world applications that help students actually see how what they’re learning is applicable in the real world—even though it’s only in a computer simulation.
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