There is a next-level DIY robotics LEGO in the world as of this week, and it’s called SPIKE Prime! This is a set of LEGO Education, which means that it is aimed at students, but you are not the type of person who allows nonsense like that to prevent you from using the newest power of LEGO to improve the constructions that you have been developing, truth?
The LEGO SPIKE Prime programmable kit was first introduced in the world in April 2019. At the time, it was about leveling what was possible with LEGO bricks and the potential to teach young people about the future of robotics. Better than that, the SPIKE Prime kit was created to introduce children to the world of robotics in a way that increased their confidence in STEAM programming. (S.T.E.A.M. means Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics).
The SPIKE Prime kit was created to enable functions of many types with LEGO bricks and mobile devices. Through Bluetooth connectivity, a student can control a LEGO robotics project with an iPad or an Android smartphone. Check out the video below to see what this set is about.
LEGO Education SPIKE Prime Set was first released to the public this week through the official LEGO Education website. You can find this set, “LEGO Education SPIKE Prime” on the LEGO Education site at this time for approximately $ 330 USD.
NOTE: For those of you who are AFOL or unconditional LEGO enthusiasts, you will probably be interested in what’s new in this set. In addition to the connected bits, the power system and so on, this new set contains eleven ELEVEN NEW LEGO ELEMENTS. You can see the elements of 8/11 in the gallery images below.
Do you look like the pieces you’ve been looking for all this time? How about those extravagant colors? Do you want these pieces to be published elsewhere in some more standard tones? Check out the timeline below to get a newer LEGO review goodness!