Vernier Software and Technology
Vernier Software & Technology

Engineering LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3

A LEGO EV3 connected to Vernier sensors

Getting Started

For exciting robotics activities, connect Vernier sensors to the MINDSTORMS EV3 with our NXT Sensor Adapter. You will need a LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Robotics Kit and software.

  1. Purchase our NXT Adapter and the sensors needed for your projects

  2. Download the free Vernier EV3 Sensor Block

NXT Sensor Adapter

Connect Vernier sensors to the EV3 Intelligent Brick for exciting robotics projects with sensory feedback and control. The NXT Sensor Adapter is compatible with both the NXT and EV3 robotics systems.

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NXT Sensor Adapter

LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Downloads

Vernier EV3 Sensor Block

Download the free Vernier EV3 Sensor Block to use LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 software with the NXT Sensor Adapter and Vernier sensors.

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Vernier EV3 Sensor Block

LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Lab Book

Vernier Mars Challenge with LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3

This curriculum guide offers an opportunity to introduce students to the physical concepts of electricity and magnetism through exciting hands-on robotics activities. By coupling robotics design with NASA’s space program, students will gain an understanding of scientific principles in a real-world application.

Students will learn to use a Vernier Differential Voltage Probe and Magnetic Field Sensor as they build a solar tracker, a magnet detector, a battery tester, and a robotic compass. This guide was written for teachers with the Educator version of the LEGO EV3 robotics system. It is intended to be used for a week-long summer camp, a STEM classroom module, or an after-school club. Detailed descriptions of recommended activities are supplied for each unit, as well as optional extensions for early finishers. Sample programs and building guides are provided for all activities to aid teachers in their instruction.

Vernier Engineering Contest

Vernier recognizes instructors for creative uses of Vernier sensors to introduce engineering concepts and/or practices.

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