Gramopaint is our project of the week (coming to us all the way from India!) It is all things beautiful AND mesmerizing. An arc art generator that offers creative control to the user Gramopaint presents hours of fun and meditative creativity through the power of arcs and cycles. The makers, Makerspark is an Indian initiative […]
Hello bit’sters, we are bringing back our weekly inspiration posts! That’s right, tune in every Monday for a dose of maker inspiration. This week we are excited to be part of the #CardboardChallenge and we want to share with you a few of our favorite projects that use cardboard in mind blowing ways. 1. Artist […]
Last weekend we had such a blast at Maker Faire; the cloudBit house was snapping and buzzing with creativity non-stop, thanks to all the amazing makers who came to visit. Our intrepid team of bit’sters interviewed some of you who stopped by our (very purple) booth; here are five makers who inspired us with their […]
This month, we connected Mr. Stoll’s 4th grade classroom with Michael Wilkinson to explore the effect of light and gravity on seedling growth. Check out the video recording inside to learn how to run these experiments with your own students.
Check out this epic remix of the littleBits’ Keytar by our friends at KORG.
Young innovators, we’re calling on you to tackle the biggest challenges facing your community or world using STEAM for a chance to win prizes, including littleBits Space and Cloud Starter Kits!
We believe there’s huge potential for the bitLab in education: from ideation, to creation and the application of these crowd sourced modules in educational settings. Learn more about the possibilities inside.
JACKANDJUDE are at it again! Using the new proto module, they made an interactive image that changes color depending on the input it receives.
The bitLab is the app store for hardware. It’s a marketplace for user-generated hardware, and allows anyone to create their own littleBits module and share it with the community. In a nutshell, here’s how it works: You submit a module, the community votes on it, we vet it and then manufacture it and share the revenues.