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LMS-ESP32 now supports LEGO SPIKE Prime 3.0 for real-time gamepad control, allowing easy setup through firmware updates and customizable template programs for creative robotics applications.
The LMS-ESP32 board’s capacitive touch sensors power a DIY “Simon Says” game with custom LEGO foil sensors, programmed through MicroPython and PyBricks.
Pairing issues with your Bluetooth gamepad, Pybricks and the LMS-EPS32 board can come from many parts in the system. Here’s a step-by-step troubleshooting guide to…
Learn how to use a Bluetooth gamepad with PyBricks Block Coding for precise control over LEGO smart hubs without lag. No Python knowledge needed!
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This website contains in-depth articles about LEGO Robotics. I detail everything I discover to get more out of my MINDSTORMS EV3, Robot Inventor, and SPIKE Prime kits. This includes connecting third-party hardware like gamepads, apps, i2c devices, and more. The digital downloads section has building instructions for most of my models. On Anton’s Mindstorms, I take pride in designing building instructions up to LEGO standards. The instructions have clear steps and include cable management.
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