Lego builders looking for to the planned launch of the new robotics building Lego Mindstorms EV3 kit launching later this year, might be interested to learn about Lego Mindstorms EV3 onus models which have been unveiled today by Lego.
The Lego Mindstorms EV3 has been designed by Lego to provide a platform for children and adults alike to get a taste of building robotic creations using sensors, modules and bricks, and builds on the technology used in pervious Lego Mindstorm kits.
Lego Mindstorms has also now partnered with Stanfords D.School’s SparkTruck to kick off a play-maker summer at Maker Faire Bay Area later this year. Lyn Jefferey, Institute for the Future research director explained in todays press release:
“Today’s kids have different expectations about the interactivity of their toys and the ability to fluidly integrate online and offline experiences as they play. Young people now incorporate personal attributes and design preferences into their playthings. They want to create their own toys to represent and express themselves,”
“With tools like LEGO MINDSTORMS and 3D printing and initiatives like SparkTruck, kids can actually co-design and produce toys and various extensions alongside traditional manufacturers.”
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: Gadgets News, Toys