Smart robot for beginner coding and AI learning
10+ advanced electronic modules | Expressive LED display | Support the new
mBlock 5 Switch to Python with one click | Get to know AI and IoT |
Compatible with Makeblock Neuron | Wireless upload
The detachable and programmable controller that holds the more than 10 electronic modules.
The car that lets you take Codey anywhere you want. It can avoid the obstacles, recognize colors and follow lines.
10+ advanced electronic modules
With more than 10 programmable electronic modules including sensors, infrared receptor, LED display, sensors, and more, Codey Rocky can be programmed to function in a wide range of fun ways. It can be programmed to design games that improve children’s comprehensive abilities including creativity, art, music and logical thinking.
Expressive LED display
Code to customize expression, to see time, weather, and other personal messages shown on Codey’s large LED display, and bring your coding companion to life.
Easy to start with new mBlock 5
Makeblock’s mBlock 5 programming software is based on MIT’s visual programming language Scratch 3.0 to guarantee that beginners can get started coding within minutes. All you need to do is drag and drop! With just one click you can turn your visual code into Python code and continue learning an
advanced and practical language.
Connect to the Internet of Things
Use mBlock 5 to add Internet of Things -functionality to Codey Rocky. Detect the soil humidity, control home appliances, get weather reports, and much more!
Get to know AI
mBlock 5 software supports AI-functionality including voice and face recognition, and mood sensing. With Codey Rocky, children have the easiest and most fun way of getting familiar with one of the fundamental technologies of the 21 st century.
Compatible with Makeblock Neuron
Codey Rocky is designed to be compatible with Makeblock Neuron and LEGO bricks, to let you realize any idea you can come up with. Pogo Pin connectors on both Codey and Rocky allow for extension with Makeblock Neuron blocks.
The optional Bluetooth dongle lets you upload code to your robot wirelessly so that you can rapidly try out your code ideas. Note: The optional Bluetooth dongle must be used for wireless upload to computers; If you do not have a dongle, you can use a USB cable to upload code.