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KOS brick

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I'm Kosmas Santosa, an AFOL (Adult Fans of LEGO) and a beginner builder from Indonesia, I started playing LEGO again in 2013 :) Follow and join me at: ▪ YouTube Channel: www.KOSbrick.com ▪...
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SBrick Community - Product Profile - SBrick

SBrick Community - Product Profile - SBrick | Robótica | Scoop.it

eSocial network site built around SBrick, the smartphone remote control device for LEGO® creations This is a store product's profile. A single brick which will complete your creation.
SBrick is the next level in remote controlling your LEGO®.
Build more, play more like never before.

This tiny brick of goodness works together with an application on a mobile or tablet, allowing to do do things you’ve never thought possible before. Connect it to your LEGO® model, join our social platform, and experience a new way to have bigger and better fun with people just like you. Imagine the impossible, unleash your imagination, and make it real!




Up to 100 meters range
Your creations can go further!


Works perfectly in direct sunlight
Is the weather nice? Do you want to be outside? Now you can try your Crawler in the park.


It’s small and easy to hide
You want your creation to look realistic? You can place a SBrick in the deepest corner of your creation and it will work just fine! No more compromises.


Control 64 ports with one remote
Build the most complex machine, or pimp your car with functioning lamps and indicators. You can control up to 16 SBricks, each with 4 ports.


Chip tuning
Juice up your truck with our chip tuning feature and have more power fed to your motors. Your creations will be faster and stronger!


Programmable firmware
Add routine tasks and your SBrick can function without the remote control app.


Control profiles
You can select the type of remote control interfaces you want to use with each of your creations. By default we provide you with a joystick and different gamepads or you can even use the gyro sensors built into your phone.



Custom profiles
Feeling creative? Design your own remote control profile, with a look which matches your creation. But it’s not just about the looks - you can set up the way the controller works. For example, having the indicators blink when you make a turn. Even the lamps can function in a pre-programmed manner.


Adjustable security
Share the control of your SBrick with your friends, or just keep it to yourself.


Add-ons
As you become more expert in using the remote app, you’ll be able to download additional controls, like controls for an omni wheel.


Control over the internet
Race against your friends from far away.


Child mode
Too many settings in the remote control app? Turn on child mode and you will have a simple and streamlined version that your child can experiment with. This locks the settings, hides the advanced settings and literally makes the device child’s play.


Social functions
Join the SBrick community to share news of latest exploits, become an organizer to race against your friends and, should you choose, other SBrick users nearby thanks to geolocation services. Not only can you access designs and profiles created by other SBrick owners but you can also create profiles yourself - then share them with others, or even sell them through the SBrick marketplace. And last but not least, share your SBrick adventures with your friends through social media. And you can do all this without the need for a PC.




The SBrick contains a Bluetooth Low Energy chip programmed to control 4 peripherals and is just a little bit smaller than the IR receiver. It provides two-way communication and the SBrick also keeps the mobile app informed about the battery conditions. You can use it to control the direction and the power of motors and the intensity of lights, allowing precise control over your creations.

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Lightbot One Hour Coding - Android Apps on Google Play

Lightbot One Hour Coding - Android Apps on Google Play | Robótica | Scoop.it
Get kids programming in the most fun way, by playing an actual game! Light-bot for Hour of Code is meant to introduce kids who have no experience whatsoever program...
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Aprende a programar e também as bases da robótica com este jogo para o teu smartphone

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Olhar Digital: Fundador do Android lidera novo projeto de robótica no Google

Olhar Digital: Fundador do Android lidera novo projeto de robótica no Google | Robótica | Scoop.it

Há alguns meses, Andy Rubin, fundador do Android, se desligou do desenvolvimento do sistema. Os rumores apontavam que ele perseguiria sua paixão: os robôs. Era tudo verdade. O New York Times revelou que o Google comprou sete novas empresas especializadas em robóticas para tocar um novo projeto na área, e Rubin ficará no comando.
Ele mesmo relevou estas informações em entrevista à publicação, embora não entrasse em detalhes sobre os planos do Google para os robôs. Ele afirma que o grupo não está ligado ao Google X, laboratório onde são desenvolvidos os projetos "malucos" da empresa, como os balões de internet, carros que se dirigem sozinhos e, até mesmo, o Google Glass.
Rubin afirma que existe a possibilidade de que o projeto acabe se tornando uma empresa separada no conglomerado, e não apenas uma divisão. Ele também confirma que a intenção é procurar uma "moonshot", um grande projeto ambicioso, assim como o Google X costuma fazer.
Ainda não é claro o que exatamente sairá do projeto. As empresas adquiridas pelo Google eram especializadas na produção de robôs humanoides e braços robóticos, o que dá a entender que os planos são de criar mecanismos capazes de se mover e pegar objetos como pessoas normais. Fontes ligadas ao assunto dizem que a proposta é que eles sejam utilizados em fábricas, e não pelo consumidor final, seguindo uma tendência da empresa de apoiar a fabricação de produtos em território americano, e não na China.


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15+ Ways of Teaching Every Student to Code (Even Without a Computer)

15+ Ways of Teaching Every Student to Code (Even Without a Computer) | Robótica | Scoop.it
Guest blogger Vicki Davis, a computer science teacher and IT integrator, celebrates Computer Science Education Week with an extensive list of year-round resources for teaching students how to code.

Via John Evans, Pippa Davies @PippaDavies
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Chris Carter's comment, November 28, 2014 9:49 PM
I lovethe fact that the piece points out that computational thinking does not require computers. We do not need to raise up a generation of programers. Instead we need to make sure that the next generation nows how to organize their thoughts in a way that is logical and effective. Rock on, Edutopia! Rock on, John Evans!
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Older article but pertinent information with resources on teaching your students coding.

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MYBOT - Android Apps on Google Play

MYBOT - Android Apps on Google Play | Robótica | Scoop.it
remake of amazing flash game lightbot for android
guide the little bot through set of commands to solve the puzzles.Get the feel of being programmer by setting si...
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Mu Complex : Episode One

Mu Complex : Episode One | Robótica | Scoop.it
Mu complex is a Puzzle Game that will require you to use your skills and to use your computer. Good luck.
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Tens perfil ou jeito para ser hacker?
Tenta aqui e mata saudades dos primeiros tempos do DOS e linux 

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Projeto de Robótica Educacional - Sugestões - YouTube

Projetos de Robótica Educacional - Sugestões de Robôs autônomos ou não para realizar em escolas ou até mesmo em casa - Coletânea de vídeos do youtube.
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Excelentes ideias para tentar fazer 

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