The LEGO MINDSTORMS Robot Inventor Activity Book (No Starch Press)
Friday, 26 November 2021

With its assortment of bricks, motors, and smart sensors, the Lego Mindstorms Robot Inventor set opens the door to a physical-meets-digital world. In this book, Daniele Benedettelli expands that world into an entire universe of fun, uniquely interactive robotic creations. Using the Robot Inventor set and a device that can run the companion app, you’ll learn how to build bots beyond your imagination—from a magical monster that gobbles up paper and answers written questions, to a remote-controlled transformer car that you can drive, steer, and shape-shift into a walking humanoid robot at the press of a button.

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Author: Daniele Benedettelli
Publisher: No Starch
Date: November 2021
Pages: 200
ISBN: 978-1718501812
Print: ‎ 1718501811
Kindle: ‎ B092CKK7K2
Audience: Robot enthusiasts
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Hardware platforms

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