mBot is an all-in-one solution for kids to enjoy the hands-on experience about programming, electronics, and robotics. Working with mBlock inspired by Scratch 2.0, you can use Bluetooth or 2.4GHz wireless module to connect with mBot (By different version), this easy-to-assemble mBot provides infinite possibilities for your kid to learn STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics). Contains 38 assembly parts that can be assembled in 10 minutes and color-labeled RJ25 ports for convenient wiring, making sure more time can be spent on programming and creativity. Drag-and-drop graphical programming software mBlock developed based on Scratch 2.0 provides a quick way for kids to learn programming, control the robot, and realize multiple functions from the robot. The mechanical body of the mBot is compatible with Makeblock platform and most of Lego parts, while the electronic parts of it is developed based on the Arduino open source ecosystem. This makes sure that the mBot is extensible, using any mechanical parts and electronic modules you need to turn it into your "dream robot". 2.4G Version Box Contents 2 x Micro TT motor 1 x Universal wheel 1 x Me Ultrasonic sensor 1 x mCore 15 x Socket Cap Screw M4 x 8 1 x Me Line follower 2 x 90T Plastic Wheel 6 x Countersunk Screw M3 x 25 1 x 2.4G wireless serial-USB 2 x Tyre 90T B 8 x Nut M3 1 x 2.4G wireless serial-module 2 x Velcro 4 x Self-drilling Screw M2.2 x 9.5 1 x Line follower map 4 x Brass stud M4 x25 2 x 6P6C RJ25 cable-20cm 1 x IR Controller 1 x Chassis 1 x USB A-Male to B-Male Cable 1m 1 x Battery holder 4 AA 1 x Screw driver 1 x Instruction Book
Based on scratch 2.0 developed by MIT Media Lab, nice interface and easy for everyone.
Open source code: the software supports Window Mac systems. We will also open the source code later.
Supports wireless communication: you can use Bluetooth or 2.4GHz wireless serial to communicate with mBot. And download the program wirelessly is supported.
Supports standard Arduino boards, like Arduino Uno, Lenardo boards, Makeblock mCore(Based on Arduino Uno) and etc. With open communication protocols and source code, it is easy to add new support for new hardware.
Easy to use: No additional helper app. The easiest way to program your Arduino and robots.