This soccer-themed Sphero Mini packs a ton of fun into a tiny programmable robot the size of a ping pong ball. Equipped with a gyroscope, accelerometer, and colorful LED lights, this app-enabled robotic ball lets you drive, play games, and code using our free apps.
More Robot Soccer Ball images
Sphero Mini Soccer: App-Enabled Programmable Robot Ball - STEM Educational Toy for Kids Ages 8 & Up - Drive, Game & Code with Play & Edu App 4.6 out of 5 stars 5,752 $37.99 $ 37 . 99 $38.73 $38.73
Sphero Mini Soccer: App-Enabled Programmable Robot Ball - STEM Educational Toy for Kids Ages 8 & Up - Drive, Game & Code with Play & Edu App. 4.6 out of 5 stars 5,348.
See more videos for Robot Soccer Ball
Also included are two individual remote controlled HEXBUG Robotic Soccer Singles with assorted decals, so you can customize your player! Shoot, score, and the crowd goes wild! All the fun of soccer is now miniaturized, and in your hands! HEXBUG Robotic Soccer Arena is compliant with CPSIA standards. Ages 8 years and up.
VEX V5 Speedbot dribbling a soccer ball Position your robot next to the ball. No part of the robot should be touching the ball prior to starting. Your goal is to dribble (push) the ball between the first and second cones, and then between the second and third cones. After that, you need to dribble the ball around the third
In this video, a Mouse robot equipped with a turret mount and IR phototransistor locates the infrared signal emitted from a special soccer ball (used in Robo...
This robot can play soccer by dribbling and kicking a ball, though not as good as Messi or Ronaldo. It is controlled using a smartphone with wireless bluetooth connection which enables you to make many of them and have a robot soccer match!
This is a robot that is designed to kick a soccer ball through a series of holes. It is controlled using an arduino UNO with a USB Host Shield from TKJ elect...
As the Euro 2012 and this year's RoboCup unfold, we imagine what soccer played by robots might be like if one of the world's most excitable announcing pairs,...