Updated: Jan 2
The new Spike LEGO set contains 603 pieces, includes a smart hub, one large (angular) motor, two small motors, and three sensors (touch, distance-ultrasonic, and color/light). The pieces are in new appealing colour palette, which is aimed to encourage girls to experiment with the new set. The set includes also very cool looking wheels, frames, base plates for technic building and many more new parts which are unique to the Spike toolbox.
The Spike Prime program uses a derivative of Scratch 3.0, a visual block-based programming language developed by MIT (Michigan Institute of Technology).
The new set will be introduced at Little Scientists during the next February camps and then will be offered in our Discovery Clubs to the elementary school students (4th to 6th class).