Sphero Robotic Golf Ball: All You Need to Know About the App Enabled Working Mechanism

Published 11/24/2021, 8:10 AM EST


Ever thought of studying and playing golf could go hand in hand? Well, now it’s possible. The Sphero robotic golf ball is an ideal choice for your young ones as it allows hands-on learning through fun activities.

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Sphero is a company that produces super cool programmable robots that aim to transform the way children study and promote STEAM-based learning. Based in Boulder, Colorado, they sell build and design kits, robots, and many similar fun ways of learning with a touch of fun.

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What is the Sphero mini golf ball?

What’s the most exhilarating part of playing golf? Sinking it into the hole, of course! Well, what if we told you it’s possible, without mastering your swing or putting or even owning any clubs? Just buy this robot for $49.99! In the box is one Sphero Mini app-enabled robotic golf ball along with a USB charging cable.

It is a robot made to resemble a golf ball. However, you can do almost anything courtesy of the many in-built features in it that are extremely easy to use. And the best part? It’s a lot of fun! The robot is equipped with it all; colorful LED lights, a gyroscope, accelerometer, and much more than you can imagine. Moreover, the shell can be changed to customize it to the color of one’s liking.

You can take it out on the course and have fun with it or even experience golf in the middle of your living room!

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How does it work?

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It is an app-enabled robot and you can connect it to the Sphero Play app in order to learn to code and play more games. Moreover, it is compatible with Android, iOS, Windows, Chrome OS, and Amazon Fire OS. In addition, the Sphero Edu app contains more than a hundred STEAM activity-based learning projects along with your mini robot.

It is like a mini remote control toy and has eight different drive modes to put the ball into action. In addition, there are three games on the app that you can play.

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All these features, packed into the size of a golf ball! Have you tried it out yet?

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Ishita Bhargava

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Ishita Bhargava is a Golf content writer at Essentially Sports. Currently pursuing her undergraduate degree from the Shri Ram College of Commerce, she has a keen interest in sports and fitness. When not playing or watching a sports event, Ishita can be seen spending time with her pets or binge-watching.

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