Whether you’re an adult or a child, you will most definitely love ATOMS. What are they? They represent a system of logic blocks, motors and sensors that can help you create wonderful things. They are not just simple blocks, but they can also do various things, which is pretty impressive. What’s even more amazing is that ATOMS can work with the toys your children already uses including action figures, LEGOs and even Barbies and stuffed animals. You don’t need any programming or electronics experience to use ATOMS. Moreover, they can be used by the kids themselves, as their components are not harmful. It takes only 5 minutes to build something interesting with the ATOMS. Continue reading
LEGO will now be competing with RaspberryPi and Arduino in the field of microcontrollers. LEGO has announced earlier that they will be using the LINUX firmware platform on their latest robots to reach out for more developers and programmers. LINUX users will now be able to use LEGO robots to control, build and teach.
“Fifteen years ago, we were among the first companies to help children use the power of technology to add life-like behaviors to their LEGO creations with the MINDSTORMS platform,” said Camilla Bottke, LEGO MINDSTORMS project lead at The LEGO Group in a statement. “Now, we are equipping today’s tech-literate generation of children with a more accessible, yet sophisticated robotics kit that meets their tech play expectations and abilities to truly unleash their potential so that they may surprise, impress and excite the world with their creativity.” Continue reading