- Drive: Drive Mini several ways with the Sphero Mini app – Joystick, Tilt, Slingshot, or Face Drive.
- Face Drive: Face Drive is a hilarious new feature that uses your facial expressions to drive the ball.
- Gaming: Sphero Mini can be used with the app as a video game controller. Play 3 games with more updates on the way.
- Interchangeable Shells: Colorful, interchangeable shells allow you to switch one out to suit your mood.
Sphero Mini packs tons of fun into a tiny, app-enabled robot about the size of a ping pong ball. Drive Mini using various modes with the Sphero Mini app, or just by using your face. Indeed, you read that right. Face Drive is a diverting new element that utilizes your outward appearances to drive the ball. Mini’s games are similarly as compelling – use the ball as a controller to shoot your way through space, race a boat through a passage, or turn your ball to devastate a polygon of blocks.
Driving. Gaming. Coding. Presently Fun-Sized.
Drive a robot and afterward figure out how to code it all alone! Sphero Mini is an incredible, ping pong-size robotic ball with a gyroscope, accelerometer, and LED lights that shine in tons of hues—prepared to play and learn? Our free apps make it easy to investigate a massive scope of encounters.
Every robot ball accompanies three traffic cones and six bowling pins. Zigzag all around the cones, thump down the nails or fabricate your one of a kind hindrance course. Diverse drive modes, arcade-style games, and essential coding orders empower everlasting fun in the Sphero Play app. At the point when you’re prepared to look at further developed coding prospects, interface Mini to the Sphero Edu app.
Tilt your device. Pull back and slingshot forward. Use Joystick. Whatever you’re in the mood for, the Sphero Play app has it.
Use the ball as a controller with the Sphero Play app to dodge and destroy asteroids, race through a rotating tunnel, or smash a polygon of bricks.
Learn to Code
Foster creativity through discovery and play with Mini and the Sphero Edu app, all while laying the foundation for computer science.