If you are looking to learn electronics and would like to receive an electronic kit on a monthly basis complete with guided tutorials as well as a helpful online community.
You may be interested in a new service that has been created called Thimble and is the brainchild of Oscar Pedroso and David Brenner, who explain more about the new service to learn electronics, watch the video below to learn more.
We’ve created a series of monthly-delivered kits that help you understand the fundamentals of electronics and how hardware and software come together so you can innovate and invent from the comfort of your own home. Thimble is a unique direct-to-your-door monthly delivery subscription that contains a project with electronic components to teach kids and adults how to build a fun and useful device.
Our very first kit we’re launching through this Kickstarter is a WiFi-enabled robot that you control with your phone, tablet, or laptop. The robot arrives with everything you need to build the project and a learning app you log into to follow instructions. The learning app provides step-by-step tutorials to help you throughout the construction process and provides a community of other makers to share knowledge and best practices.
Thimble kits are for curious minds – kids and adults (ages 13 and up) – interested in building electronics on a monthly basis that want a guided path to learn through step-by-step instructions on our learning app.
For more information on the new Thimble jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to make a pledge.
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