Mobile Lab Support

This page is contains support resources for each mobile computer science lab from the #MaineTeachesCS initiative. General support resources and information provided by each vendor can be found below for each mobile lab type.

We are also hosting statewide webinars to help folks get set up and get going with the technology. These will be live and recorded. To register for one or more of the webinars, look for the corresponding webinar under the mobile lab option.

If you have questions or would like more information, please contact

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Lab Option #1: Robotics and Programming - Sphero

Lab Option #2: Augmented and Virtual Reality - Merge


Check out the following resources to get started with the Augmented and Virtual Reality lab!

Please Note: 

The Merge EDU software is a subscription-based platform. Merge has assured that they will help you to get the most out of your subscription. From the Merge website at, you can register for a 14-day trial, which will create an account that you can start exploring the system. They can also extend that account to become part of your subscription after the trial period.

Additionally, although both Merge EDU and CoSpaces utilize the physical Merge Cube, the CoSpaces software is an independent product from a different company, called Delightex. 

Watch the Merge EDU webinar!

Click here to access the Merge webinar recording!


Lab Option #3: Coding and Hardware - Lego