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.
littleBits’ engineers share the inside scoop on working with the proto module, perf module, and bitsnaps.
Tips/Techniques for Good Photos 1.) Setting You’ll want to take strong clear photos that really show off your prototype. You can do that a few ways. Set up your prototype on a clean simple background (like a table or a sheet of paper).Make sure that your prototype doesn’t just blend into the background. Make it […]
We’ve partnered with the Imagination Foundation for its 3rd annual Cardboard Challenge. What will you make with a little bit of cardboard and creativity? Register your event today!
It’s the most wonderful time of year again; World Maker Faire will be in NYC on September 20-21! Expect new products, projects and a major announcement, all leading up to the big event. Read more inside.
The current issue of MAKE Magazine profiles littleBits and its evolution from early prototypes to the cloudBit and other recent product launches.
“‘It’s already been a hit,’ says Richard Ganas, one of Quirky’s product designers, about the company’s new littleBits Pro Library, a massive collection of trim pots, sliders, buzzers, LEDS, motors, sensors, and other gadgets needed to quickly build novel circuits.”