Monday, 25 February 2019

Sphero RVR a Drivable and Programmable Robot from Sphero

Kickstarter is a great platform for startups and newcomers to drum up interest in a new idea or product. Sometimes well-known companies, like Sphero, also use it, to tell people about new innovative products like the Sphero RVR.

Sphero RVR is the company's latest project just launched a few days ago and it's already smashed it's funding targets. The new robot is buildable, programmable and flexible for creative exploration.

The RVR is packed with onboard sensors, lights and comes fully assembled. It is compatible with Raspberry Pi, Aurduino and micro:bit. You can start by using the Sphero EDU app in blocks mode to program the RVR, but you can continue with much more advance programming and development.

The RVR will be compatible with Sphero BOLT and Sphero Mini robots. We're really excited to see this new development from Sphero to enable more capable young coders to tinker with robotics. We like the fact that it's one robotics kit that can grow with your child and seems to have a lot of scope for creativity.

For more information check out Sphero's Kickstarter campaign and be quick to back the project if you want a early release RVR.

The Sphero RVR is due out in Fall 2019.

You can also join a live video with Sphero founder Adam Wilson on how to connect a Raspberry Pi to RVR on 27 Feb at 6:00pm GMT.

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