Sphero Mini Soccer: App-Enabled Programmable Robot Ball – STEM Educational Toy for Kids Ages 8 & Up – Drive, Game & Code Play & Edu App

February 20, 2020 - Comment

This soccer-themed Sphero Mini packs tons of fun into a tiny, app-enabled robotic ball. Equipped with a gyroscope, accelerometer, and colorful LED lights, this app-enabled robotic ball lets you drive, play games, and learn to code using our free apps. Control your Mini any way you like with the Sphero Play app. Included with Sphero

This soccer-themed Sphero Mini packs tons of fun into a tiny, app-enabled robotic ball. Equipped with a gyroscope, accelerometer, and colorful LED lights, this app-enabled robotic ball lets you drive, play games, and learn to code using our free apps. Control your Mini any way you like with the Sphero Play app. Included with Sphero Mini are 3 traffic cones and 6 bowling pins to inspire obstacle course fun right out of the box. Or use Mini as a game controller for arcade-style games, perfect for playing on-the-go or with limited space. Use the Blocks drive mode to give your Mini basic drag and drop coding commands, or download the Sphero Edu app for more ways to program your educational bot, including JavaScript and Swift. Drive, game, code—Sphero Mini Soccer is the next big thing.

Product Features

  • SCORE BIG WITH A LITTLE ROBOT: This soccer-themed Sphero Mini packs a ton of fun into a tiny programmable robot the size of a ping pong ball. Equipped with a gyroscope, accelerometer, and colorful LED lights, this app-enabled robotic ball lets you drive, play games, and code using our free apps.
  • DRIVE & KICK MODE: Control your robot toy several ways with the Sphero Play app using Joystick, Slingshot, or Tilt mode, or try your shot at goal with the soccer-themed Kick drive feature. Included with Sphero Mini are 3 traffic cones and 6 bowling pins to inspire obstacle course fun right out of the box.
  • PLAY GAMES: Use Sphero Mini as a game controller for arcade-style games in the Sphero Play app. Perfect for playing on the go or with limited space. Choose from 3 different games – shoot through space, speed through a tunnel, or smash a polygon of bricks. With 1 hour of play time, Sphero Mini is the next big thing.
  • LEARN TO CODE: Use the Blocks drive mode to give your coding robot basic drag and drop coding commands. Looking for more of a challenge? Download the Sphero Edu app for more ways to program your educational bot, including JavaScript and Swift.
  • INSPIRING THE CREATORS OF TOMORROW: Founded in 2010, we set out to redefine creative play experiences with the original Sphero app-enabled robot ball. Now, with our undeniably cool fleet of programmable robots and educational tools, we’re inspiring a new generation through hands-on applied learning of coding, science, music and the arts.

Comments

Anonymous says:

I had great expectations. However As an amateur robot builder, I bought this on the first day it was available. I had great expectations.However, it simply does not perform.Here is what happens.1) Unbox. Quality looks good.2) Open and charge Sphero mini. Good.3) Install phone app. Good.4) Connect to the sphero with phone app. Good.5) Calibrate the sphero mini by orienting a LED to point at you. Good.6) Drive the sphero mini in a given direction. Passable.7) Drive…

Anonymous says:

Love this little guy! I have other Sphero products; however, I was curious about the Mini. I wanted to assess it for classroom use–to bring technology and fun into my high school classroom. So, I purchase the Green Sphere Mini as a test unit to explore its potential. I wasn’t disappointed! Set-up was easy and problem free. I knew in advance that I’d need to charge it before trying any of its features. Once it was charged, the fun began. There are two apps that work with this device: 1) “Sphero Play,”…

Anonymous says:

Don’t buy if you dont have BRAND NEW DEVICES FOR A CHILD My 9 year old son does coding at school. He requested this as a Christmas gift. I bough it because learning is always great for kids. I tried to install it on his iPad. It wasnt supported. So i tried it on my older computer that i let him play on, and it wasnt supported. Tried installing it on my very expensive work computer and it wasn’t supported. Installed it on my phone and it worked. Also tried installing it through amazon on his tablet and it cannot seem to “find the robot”. This is…

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