You can officially make your own Lego robot with Lego boost.
Lego boost is a startup programable motors that work with existing Lego's to bring your [INAUDIBLE] Creations to live.
You can make your own motorized Lego Batmobile or even a Dancing Dana.
Since the motors are programmable, you can use the accompanying Lego app to create motion sensitive toys, even record voice effects.
AKA, you can make that Lego robot cat talk.
And if you're excited about making a robot, but don't have a grand vision, there are instructions to design and build five Lego robots right out of the box.
Including Bernie the Robot, Multi-Tool Rover and Frankie the Cat.
Lego Boost will cost 160 dollars US and will be available on the 2nd half of 2017.
It is geared towards kids 7 and older
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