Programmable electronic building block platform

Makeblock Neuron is a programmable electronic building block platform for STEAM education. It contains dozens of different electronic modules such as LED panels, cameras, sensors, ultrasonic, and motors. Through simple combinations, various creative inventions can be created. With the easy-to-use wired programming software, the neuron can be “active” without complex code programming to bring concepts and ideas to life.

Build limitless creations and gadgets with over 30 electronic blocks

All blocks come pre-programmed to allow for immediate
play and discovery. Children can begin building a
variety of creations without coding. Over 30 modules
allow children to begin learning concepts STEAM.

Magnetic Pogo Pins connect in a snap

Pogo Pins provide a secure connection through a strong
magnetic connection. This allows for quick creation and
learning. These blocks allow children to explore
common complex devices such as a voice activate light,
in a simple method.

Learn new AI and IoT concepts

Neuron's supporting software gives children access to
low-based programming, so that they can begin
coding with just a few taps. Supporting IoT-functionality
and AI-functionality including voice recognition, and
face recognition which enables children to build
complex gadgets based on their imagination.

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