LIVE: Robots and machines at LEGO® World!
Impressive! Can you spot the COOLEST contraptions at the booth?
Building a racing icon
Enter the world of Formula 1™ with a MINDSTORMS® Robot Inventor racecar! This Formula 1 version was built by Ahmad Sahar with the bricks from the Robot Inventor set. He shaped his robot into a working racecar, programmed it and used remote control to drive it around.
Aw3some Fan Creations!
Watch this compilation of awesome LEGO® MINDSTORMS® creations made by fans!
AWESOME LEGO® Robots
Kids and robots meet at the ultimate LEGO® event: LEGO World in Denmark!
The self-driving serpent
This amazing 51 in. (130 cm) long robotic snake was created by Anton Vanhoucke. It can detect obstacles and autonomously move around without ever getting stuck. Check out the video to see how it can imitate the real movement of a snake!
Up for an Easter challenge?
We have heard that Charlie is exceptionally good at sorting LEGO® eggs! Created by Dave Parker.
Mindstorms® Inventors: The Famous Robot Artist
To celebrate the launch of new LEGO MINDSTORMS® we have created some fun videos for you. Watch Iori and Sheon making their own LEGO MINDSTORMS® Robot Artist. What would your robot draw?
#1. EV3MEG - ROBOT MAK3R STUDIO
Meet EV3MEG and find out its special skill. Henrik and his robot friends will introduce you to the 4 LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Creatures and their secret talents!
Tick, tock, cuckoo!
Check out the reveal of the winning remix of LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3 (31313) and LEGO Technic Heavy Lift Helicopter (42052) sets! It ticks, tocks and goes ‘cuckoo’ every 15 minutes.
Spin your bricks!
Check out this amazing LEGO MINDSTORMS video! Follow the steps by our adult fan of LEGO Anika Vuurzoon and make your bricks move! We would love to know if you take up the challenge and see your comment!
LEGO® MINDSTORMS® celebrates the holidays with you
#3. ROBOT MAK3R STUDIO introduces: KRAZ3
KRAZ3 is able to tell you the color of the surface it drives over. It’s built from LEGO® MINDSTORMS®. In this fun video you can see how it was made!
Adventures of the deep
Explore the magical underwater world made by Anika Vuurzoon. Would you like to swim with dolphins? Be on the submarine rescue mission? Or you are more the underwater scooter type, who likes to explore the bottom of the sea?
Enter a world of amazing, interactive robots and vehicles with LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robot Inventor! Construct amazing models and code them with your phone or laptop to complete brain-teasing missions and fun activities. With so many LEGO pieces, you can also build your own inventions and share them with other robot fans on LEGO Life. Create your own robot and make up your own rules with Robot Inventor!
LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3
Unleash the creative powers of LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3! Build TRACK3R, R3PTAR, SPIK3R, EV3RSTORM and GRIPP3R faster than ever before with the amazing free EV3 Programmer App on your tablet. Then use the intuitive drag-and-drop interface to program your favorite robots to walk, talk, think and do anything you can imagine. When you're ready for more, fire up the advanced programming features of the EV3 Software on your PC and Mac, or take instant control with the free Robot Commander app on your smart device or infrared remote control included with each set. Log on to LEGO.com/MINDSTORMS to access loads of cool content and interact with a huge online community of other LEGO MINDSTORMS fans. The LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 robot revolution continues!
#4. ROBOT MAK3R STUDIO introduces: DINOR3X
Walk that R3X! DINOR3X is one of several robots you can build from the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3 set. It walks on all four and it really likes LEGO Technic ‘biscuits’.
Robotic foosball fun
Look at this incredible foosball model, created by LEGO® MINDSTORMS® fan Nard Strijbosch. It’s programmed to beat you as many times as possible, so winning is difficult! ⚽
Dare to do a dance-off?
Let’s dance! Look at these LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robot Inventor Charlies dancing – they’ve got the moves! See if you can copy the dance and do your own robo dance-off. Do you think it’s difficult or easy to learn? Let us know in the comments below!