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- This article is about the LEGO device. For the extension, see LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Extension.
The EV3 is a Scratch extension in Scratch 3.0, based off of the two EV3 programming kits from Lego. Although the EV3 family has two kits, the two kits mainly have the following: motors, a brick ("computer" of the robot), and lego parts.
The EV3 Education kit has the following features:
- Lego Technic Parts
- A variety of sensors, including:
- A colour sensor
- A touch sensor
- A gyro sensor
- An ultrasonic sensor
- A "brick"
The Home kit does not include a gyro or ultrasound sensor, but does include an infrared sensor.