What Coding Language do Sphero Robots Use?
Sphero robots can be programmed with easy drag-and-drop blocks or text-based code, but our programmable robots can also introduce kids to a variety of coding languages including C, C++, Python, Ruby, and OVAL, among others.
With Sphero apps, kids can code in three different ways:
Draw Programming: This simpler method of programming is intended for younger kids and is simply named "Draw". Users draw lines to program their robot and can modify the speed and color. Be sure to check out the introductory Draw Activities on Sphero Edu to learn more.
If you have any questions, you can reach out to the Sphero team directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally, with RVR, you can easily attach external hardware like a Micro:bit or Raspberry Pi, making the RVR compatible with both Microsoft Make Code and Python.