The Challenge: Over the years of using EV3, many educators had customized their curriculum with their own custom construction plans. Moving to the new Spike Prime platform means that they will lose all their work, and they will have to completely redesign their curriculum.
Enter QikEasy Adapter, you may now continue using your EV3 sensors and motors. This means that the physical sizes of them won’t change and thus you may continue to use your custom EV3 construction plans with your new hub.
Continue Using Your EV3 Construction Plans. With QikEasy Adapter, you may gradually transition from EV3 to Spike Prime. Without changing your hardware build plans, your students would continue to use the old EV3 devices with the new hubs. This lets you focus on upgrading the programming to the new Scratch-based programming user interface (or Python) and not worrying about the hardware.
Many schools have very limited budget allocated for robotics. Upgrading your entire fleet of EV3 systems to Spike Prime is a huge one time cost that would put a halt to the upgrade.
QikEasy Adapter allows you to use the same construction plans for both EV3 and Spike Prime systems. This means you may have a mix of both the old systems and the new systems in the same classroom. Without having to upgrade your entire class at the same time, QikEasy Adapter eases your budget and allows you to slowly upgrade only a subset of your LEGO robotic systems based on how much you can afford.
|Perks||Indiegogo Regular Price|
|QikEasy Small Classroom Pack (12x)||$205|
|QikEasy Large Classroom Pack (30x)||$495|
|QikEasy Reseller Kit (60x)||$900|