What is MIDI exactly and how can it enhance your Specdrums jam sesh? Specdrums act as pocket-sized Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) controllers, which allow you to connect to other Digital Audio Work Stations (DAWS) like Garage Band or Ableton. Keep watching to learn more!
Tickle the ivories with our #Specdrums Grand Piano sound pack and make many, merry melodies on this #MusicMonday! (Try saying that five times fast.)
Ever wondered why and how your Sphero maintains its same upright orientation? Learn how to change that!
The Future Inventors Club is our new monthly subscription box, focused on teaching kids about coding and future technologies. The BBC Micro:bit is a truly multifunctional piece of tech, beign highly educational whilst encouraging kids to be creative in what they do with it.
RVR is precise and all-terrain, allowing you take your programs and projects to new heights.
You asked for an all-terrain, highly programmable, infinitely expandable robot — here it is. Meet RVR, the robot built by us but inspired by educators, students, hackers, and makers like you. Order yours today - sphero.com/rvr
You did it once, you can do it again. Learn how to duplicate programs on today's episode of #BitsNBytes
Want to make your friends sound like a duck? :duck: Well, maybe you can't do that, but you CAN control your BOLT using IR sensors! Check out this week's #ThursdayLearnDay to quack yourself up (and learn a little, too). Activity here: https://edu.sphero.com/cwists/preview/39224-grow-with-sphero-mind-controlx
How can you find out what each Block in the Sphero Edu app does? Easy. Drive down to your local library and look for a book called Block Programming: An Unabridged History by Bernard Flagellum. Flip to the glossary in the back and search for the Block in question, sorted alphabetically. If the book is checked out (it usually is) just watch this #BitsNBytes video.
Pause for a moment and learn how to pause your program on this episode of #BitsNBytes.
Have you ever wondered why your robot’s speed is from 0 to 255? Why not something simpler, say, 1 to 100? Learn how to normalize Sphero’s speed numbers on today’s episode of #ThursdayLearnDay, and check out the activity here: https://edu.sphero.com/cwists/preview/36971