You can write programs to control Sphero robots in the “Create” section of the Tynker app. Simply create a new project, and add Ollie or Sphero as an Actor into your program.
If the pairing is successful, you should see a green indicator on the Actor. Place the toy on a clear surface without obstructions and press the play button.
The default code should execute and your connected toy should move in a square pattern.http://images.tynker.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/tynker-sphero-square-1024x702.png
* Make sure that your connected toys are fully charged.
* Each tablet can pair with one Sphero and one Ollie at a time.
* Monitor the discovery and pairing status under Properties in the Tynker app.
* If pairing is unsuccessful, try docking the toys and restarting the Tynker app.
* Pair with Ollie and Sphero in the same Tynker program by adding one Actor of each type within your program.
* If there are multiple Sphero toys in the vicinity, make sure that you pair with the right one under Settings -> Bluetooth.
* If there are multiple Ollie robots in the vicinity, pairing is based on proximity.
* Use the built-in remote to pilot your toy, from under Properties.
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