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This robust kit solves the usual problem (especially in classrooms) of getting the right connections and having them stay secure. The ABS plastic cased microcomputer is Arduino UNO compatible but has keyed connectors that work with cables that connect the many Physical Computing Sensor and Actuator modules in the kit. This gives a strong introduction to the World of Physical Computing that creates automatic systems, Mars Rovers, Self-driving cars and more.  
 
This robust kit solves the usual problem (especially in classrooms) of getting the right connections and having them stay secure. The ABS plastic cased microcomputer is Arduino UNO compatible but has keyed connectors that work with cables that connect the many Physical Computing Sensor and Actuator modules in the kit. This gives a strong introduction to the World of Physical Computing that creates automatic systems, Mars Rovers, Self-driving cars and more.  
  
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The modules have a base that is compatible with lego brick blocks so that many creative projects may be built with those familiar bricks and then become alive and interactive. Coding is done with drag-and-drop blocks in a system much like SCRATCH that works with PC or MAC.  
 
The modules have a base that is compatible with lego brick blocks so that many creative projects may be built with those familiar bricks and then become alive and interactive. Coding is done with drag-and-drop blocks in a system much like SCRATCH that works with PC or MAC.  
 
More info: [https://arduinoinfo.mywikis.net/wiki/KidsBitsKit https://arduinoinfo.mywikis.net/wiki/KidsBitsKit]
 
More info: [https://arduinoinfo.mywikis.net/wiki/KidsBitsKit https://arduinoinfo.mywikis.net/wiki/KidsBitsKit]

Revision as of 07:23, 26 September 2019

YOURDUINO.COM: Arduino-based KITS for Schools, Universities, MakerSpaces

KidsBits - Project Learning with lego brick compatible modules


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This robust kit solves the usual problem (especially in classrooms) of getting the right connections and having them stay secure. The ABS plastic cased microcomputer is Arduino UNO compatible but has keyed connectors that work with cables that connect the many Physical Computing Sensor and Actuator modules in the kit. This gives a strong introduction to the World of Physical Computing that creates automatic systems, Mars Rovers, Self-driving cars and more.

The modules have a base that is compatible with lego brick blocks so that many creative projects may be built with those familiar bricks and then become alive and interactive. Coding is done with drag-and-drop blocks in a system much like SCRATCH that works with PC or MAC. More info: https://arduinoinfo.mywikis.net/wiki/KidsBitsKit

Physical Computing / Robot Kit

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TEST HERE

Makerspace Microcomputer Engineering Kit

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Basic Robot Kit

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