OUR PASSION IS ROBOTICS. We develop fun robotic kits and sensors for LEGO MINDSTORMS, Raspberry Pi, and Arduino.

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  • EV3

    We have developed a library for EV3 and Dexter Industries sensors. Our library is completely open source and you can see everything in ouropen source github repository.

  • Arduberry Airhorn

    The Arduberry Airhorn project connects the web and a set of industrial air horns to alert us when a new backer backs our Kickstarter project.

  • BrickPi Bookreader

    The BrickPi Bookreader 2 is a robotic book reader that uses the BrickPi and LEGOs to read a paper book out loud to you. Build this robot now!

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Our latest products for the Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and LEGO Mindstorms NXT and EV3.

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  • Updated Scratch for the BrickPi (and other Graphical Programming Languages!)

    BlockyTalky for the BrickPi and Raspberry Pi

    We’ve just updated our instructions and improved Scratch for the BrickPi.  It’s now simpler than ever to get started making and programming a Scratch Raspberry Pi Robot! What’s Changed with Scratch?   This summer, we devoted a bit of effort to updating the the BrickPi software.  It’s now easier to install, and easier to program with. […]

  • (Re)Introducing the GrovePi

    GrovePi and sensors for the Raspberry Pi

    This month we’re re-introducing the GrovePi, telling everyone about how awesome the GrovePi is, and re-introducing our redesigned GrovePi Starter Kit. What’s the GrovePi? GrovePi connects your Raspberry Pi to the Grove Sensor System. No soldering or breadboard.  Your Raspberry Pi computer enters the physical world.  Think of it as LEGO for electronics.  The Grovepi Starter Kit […]

  • EV3 Sensors and the BrickPi

    EV3 Sensors and the BrickPi

    Looking for adventure? Last month we quietly released a beta version of the BrickPi firmware that will allow you to use EV3 sensors and the BrickPi.  We wanted to invite all that are interested pushing the state of the art further to give the firmware a test. (more…)