Students or those looking to learn more about electronics may be interested in a new starter kit which has been created by Circuit Lab to provide a build at all interactive circuitry selection box which can help you learn more about electronics, programming and Arduino from your home. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the electronic starter kit which has been designed for children ages eight and upwards and has this week taken to Kickstarter to raise the required funds it needs to make the jump into production.
The electronic starter kit has been created to help “demystify modern electronics for kids and adults (and you!), by providing a fun, creative, and experiential path to learning how the complex devices around us actually work – and we need your support to make it happen!” There are are four elements to the Build-It-All Starter Kit:
– CodeLab – our easy-to-use visual programming interface. Anyone who purchases a Build-It-All Kit will have free lifetime access to CodeLab for their programming needs.
– The Projects – a fresh series of electronics projects based on the classroom curriculum that we have been teaching for three years in schools around Massachusetts.
– Video Tutorials – an engaging series of instructional videos, with a focus on offering creative challenges and providing useful troubleshooting tips with each project.
– The Kit – the actual set of parts for creating your circuits, centered around an Arduino-compatible Uno R3 microcontoller.
The electronic starter kit from Circuit Lab are available to back for £43 or $60 to early bird backers and are expected to start shipping out to worldwide backers during July 2018 if the current Kickstarter campaign is successful. For more information.’s jump over to the official Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: DIY Projects, Hardware, Top News