RVR is suitable both for a child who is just starting to program and for those who are already advanced - hackers and do-it-yourselfers. RVR is a great tool for prototyping because it is compatible with third-party hardware such as micro:bit, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and Sphero LittleBits. Download the Sphero Edu app to control or program the RVR.
The RVR has all-terrain wheels, a powerful engine and torque to go faster and further. Obstacles or uneven surfaces do not affect the RVR's ability to drive in a straight line.
The robot has a color sensor, a light sensor, an infrared sensor and a universal 4-pin port, which expands the possibilities of use and makes learning creative and fun. A universal 4-pin port and on-board power supply allow you to connect and run third-party hardware. Build whatever you want and drive wherever you want.
Instructions and project ideas for connecting to third-party hardware can be found at https://sdk.sphero.com