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LEGO with brains- building masterpieces with Crickets

A great group of kids visited the Edgerton Center and were able to build and program a nice variety of moving "machines". Using the MIT Media Lab's blue dot crickets and LogoBlocks software, these kids created a mosquito that can sense a table's edge in time to flutter back to safety, a fun-filled amusement park, a tank that spins its turret in response to a switch and a crane (that makes music, too!).

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awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Edgerton Outreach

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