If you are interested in learning how to programme or more about electronics you may be interested in the new piece of hardware that has been created by Rich Electronics in the form of the XPlorerBoard Student.
The XPlorerBoard Student Provides anyone with the ability to quickly learn more about electronics and learn programming using the custom built hardware combined with tutorial iOS and Android applications. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about this new innovative way to learn programming and electronics.
The XPlorerBoard Student project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $10,000 in pledges.
“Introducing the XPlorerBoard Student: the fun way to learn electronics and programming. This revolutionary electronics learning system teaches and inspires. The XPlorerBoard Student gives anyone the ability to quickly learn programming and electronic circuits. It easily plugs into your Mac or PC so you can run programs on the built in Arduino compatible micro-processor.
During the past 17 years, we have had the opportunity to mentor many aspiring engineers and scientists. Our company regularly hires interns for positions in electronics and computer programming. We have also performed hands-on engineering lessons at grade schools and middle schools. We discovered that hands-on interactive learning is the best way for people to acquire engineering and computer skills. We wanted to develop a complete system that combines tablet interactivity with physical world experiments. The result is the XPlorerBoard Student.
We have designed the XPlorerBoard Student to be a lifelong electronics learning kit that can be enjoyed by kids and adults alike. The variety of programs provides hundreds of hours of hands-on experimenting.
The XPlorerBoard Student is an ideal supplement to STEM Educational programs.It can be used as courseware for science and engineering classes, after school programs,home schooling, or for the D.I.Y. Makers.The XPlorerBoard is also a great tool for anyone who wants a self contained Arduino development environment with all the needed sensors on board.”
So if you think XPlorerBoard Student is something your education could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website to make a pledge and help XPlorerBoard Student become a reality via the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Hardware, Top News