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Introducing BrickPi: LEGO bricks with a Raspberry Pi brain

Third-party sensor manufacturer, Dexter Industries, has produced a small printed circuit board with sockets… [more]

Introducing BrickPi: LEGO bricks with a Raspberry Pi brain Introducing BrickPi: LEGO bricks with a Raspberry Pi brain

LEGO Engineering Conference, Sydney 2014

A LEGO Engineering Conference was hosted by LEGO Education and Tufts CEEO in Sydney, on 4-5 March 2014.… [more]

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Arrays in EV3

Damien Kee has written a post on his website demonstrating how to use arrays in EV3 to create a memory… [more]

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Look Ma, No USB! Untethering the WeDo

To keep the WeDo simple and easy to use for younger children, the WeDo doesn't have an intelligent brick… [more]

Look Ma, No USB! Untethering the WeDo Look Ma, No USB! Untethering the WeDo

No Starch Press discount

No Starch Press has offered a discount to LEGOengineering.com readers for all their LEGO books. Use… [more]

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