Command this app-enabled robot to execute tricks and dominate every inch of turf, trail, and track. Ollie rolls at speeds of up to 14 mph and connects instantly to your device via Bluetooth LE with a range of up to 100 feet. Powered by USB charging, Ollie glows in millions of colors and is ready to roll.Learn more
Learn to program over 40 parts including an LCD display, grippers for grabbing objects, line following sensors for mazes, remote control, speakers for music, light sensors, distance sensor, edge detection sensors, motor wheels, and more. All open source hardware and software. Board is based on Arduino so you can expand on Sparki and make it your dream robot.Learn more
Sphero is the world’s first app-enabled robotic ball. Easily programmed with a smartphone or tablet, it rolls at speeds of up to 4.5 mph and comes with 2 ramps and more than included 30 apps.Learn more
For students with robotics experience, VEX EDR robots provide additional components, coding challenges, and capabilities. Driven by cutting-edge technology, the VEX ARM® Cortex®-based Microcontroller acts as the robot “brain,” allowing for both autonomous and driver control of robots. VEX EDR robots bring code to life when programmed using a software solution such as ROBOTC.Learn more
VEX IQ robots can be immediately driven using the handheld VEX Controller and built-in programs. Sensors, including a color sensor, gyroscope, and potentiometer, allow for advanced robots and teaching opportunities. Robots can be programmed on the LCD or via a computer and VEX IQ Curriculum.Learn more
Who can use the robotics kits?
The EDGE Lab has limited robotics supplies right now, but if you’re interested in using them, please contact Mr. Torres.