MAKERphone is an educational mobile phone that you assemble and code yourself.
It’s a kit, it’s fun, it’s simple… and we need your help to make it happen.
With MAKERphone we’re trying to show people that every machine you see was designed by a human being not different nor smarter than themselves.
STEMpedia: a Young Innovator's Paradise
Offering kits, learning resources, software, apps & more to make cool electronics, coding & robotics projects!
PSLab is a small USB powered hardware extension for your Android phone or PC that lets you measure all kinds of things. It comes with an Oscilloscope, Multimeter, Wave Generator, Logic Analyzer, Power Source. Open Source Android or desktop apps to view and collect the data. Hundreds of compatible I2C standard sensors. No programming needed.
Pip is a handheld device that allows you to code, experiment with electronics and play thousands of retro games. Based on Raspberry Pi Compute Module, Raspberry Pi co-founder, Eben Upton is a big fan. Make your own apps, games and playthings whenever and wherever inspiration strikes. Make controllers out of fruit/veg/anything! Pip is for all ages
Honeycomb is a creative and fun project dedicated to maker education for kids. Its main features are magnetic docking, music play, video play, visual programming, and so on for you to discover
Crankshaft is a turn-key GNU/Linux distribution for the Raspberry Pi that transforms it to an Android Auto headunit. All you need is a RPi3 board and its official 7" touchscreen.
Muzzbloc is aiming to help foster early childhood development through music. The innovative approach to learning sheds an entirely new light on gaming with the latest breakthroughs in AR technology.
Isn't it amazing for kids to see the toys in their hands come to life on screen?! And now they can mix monster blocks and jam freely.