Software tools for LEGO

As a good LEGO fan, you have surely made many mounts you would like to share with friends, family or to remember in the future how you can reassemble that figure.

For this, it is best to create your set or assembly kit with a LEGOVirtual and use Specific software to generate LEGO instructions. With the Lego boost We have done some things that are out of the classic robots and I would like to share it and on the other hand my daughters do many things, very interesting, figures that only occur to children and that I think is a very good way of documenting.

Searching for options I have found a large number of tools around the world of LEGO Virtual assembly. There's a CAD-based standard, there are editors, viewers, renderers and even animations for the assemblies we do. And as you can imagine, there is a long list of software and programs that I have to try and then tell you about and recommend which one to use.


Ideas for your LEGO Boost

LEGO Boost ideas to get the most out of it

Many people only build the 5 assemblies that come in the instructions of the officer kit and that we have been seeing in the blog and it remains blocked without knowing what else to do.

But the fun is to innovate and use the pieces, especially the mobiles to create your own assemblies. So I'm going to let you how to get ideas of what you can do with your LEGO Boost at various levels, from assemblies for children, to integrations with other hardware for the more technical.

To give the LEGO Boost even more boost, I leave you a series of tips.


Lego Boost Move Hub

Lego Boost Brick Move Hub

El Lego Boost robotics kit it is based on three active parts, around which all the rest are assembled.

The most important is the Move Hub that contains a motor with 2 axes and the Bluetooth module to connect with the tablet or mobile. Since everything in Boost is done through its app.

The other two pieces are a second motor and a proximity and color sensor.


What is LEGO Boost

What is lego boost complete guide

LEGO Boost is a robotics starter kit for kids based on LEGO pieces.. It is compatible with traditional LEGO and Techno, so you can use all your pieces in future assemblies.

This Christmas the Three Wise Men gave my 8-year-old daughter a LEGO® Boost. The truth is that I saw him a little early. I did not want to introduce my daughter to complex issues, but she has been asking for it for a long time and the truth is that the experience has been very good.

It is recommended for children from 7 to 12 years old. If your children are used to playing with LEGO, the assembly will not pose any problem. And you will see that between the indications of the app and some explanations from you, they will immediately learn to use block programming.

Its price is around € 150 can buy it here.