Microduino Studio has launched a new Kickstarter campaign today for its Arduino compatible electronic modules that are small and stackable and called the Microduino mCookie.
The Microduino mCookie modules have been designed for engineers, students and makers of all ages say it’s developers.
Watch the video below to learn more about the features and benefits of using the module system when building electronic projects as well as being compatible with Lego.
“Microduino mCookie snaps together magnetically with four magnets inside four corners, makers can connect mCookie modules quickly and correctly with a satisfying snap. The modules will reject each other if they are not angled correctly, so you can’t get it wrong – making it easier for makers of all ages to work and play, and eliminating the need for soldering.
Experienced and professional makers can write their own programs in the Arduino IDE and transmit their code to the hardware via USB, while beginners can use the Scratch graphic programming tool to drag and drop components to bring their application to life. Microduino mCookies are powerful, small and stackable — magnetically stackable! The innovative structure of mCookie has many new cool features!”
Jump over to the Kickstarter website to make a pledge from $68 to start building projects using the innovative Microduino mCookie system.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Hardware, Top News