Are you into Lego mindstorms? If you want some Lego mindstorms ideas to work on then these ideas and inspiration are for you!
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DIY Lego Mindstorms Ideas
I have to admit I haven’t been keeping up with what Lego has been up to and when I heard about Lego mindstorms, I knew my son will be interested. It does have something to do with some basic robotics but with how kids are nowadays, I was sure he’s up for the challenge. So if you are curious and interested with some DIY Lego mindstorm ideas, then scroll on. You may just find what you’re looking for.
1. Time Twister
Want a cool digital clock that’s not your ordinary clock? Check it out here.
2. Spin Art
Create art with this cool Lego robotics. You can even adjust the speed of how fast or slow it spins. Get the building instructions here.
3. Edge-following and Obstacle-sensing LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Robot
This may be a bit tricky to build but if you read and try follow the building instructions step by step, I’m sure you’ll make it. Check it out here.
4. Lego Mindstorms Claw Machine
Build “The Claw” with this tutorial.
5. Mini Golf
Mini golf has never been tinier. See it here.
6. Guitar Playing Lego Mindstrom
Think you’re the only one who can carry a tune? This Lego Mindstorms EV3 can do it to. Check it out here.
In case you’re not satisfied with just making spin art, make your robot draw. See it here.
8. Rubik’s Cube Solver
Having problems solving that pesky rubik’s cube? Here’s a little robot that can help. Check it out here.
9. Candy Machine
Create something that’s sweet and loves to share. Get the tutorial here.
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