What’s that sound? It’s the Synth Kit making the rounds at workshops and classrooms near you! Check out some of the latest ideas that the littleBits team and our community have come up with.
A mobile makerspace in Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital in Nashville, TN is providing creative outlets and learning opportunities for their patients, as well as seeding a unique exploration in medical care from the child’s perspective. Read more about this inspiring project inside.
A note from Ayah: “Today, a colleague of mine sent around an email that reminded me of why we do what we do. This is a letter from 9-year old Adrian making a case to his dad of why he should get him a littleBits premium kit.”
This week, we’re spotlighting Leo Saccomanno, one of the leaders of the F Play Project. Leo and the folks over at Cre-Arte are working to create opportunities for people with disabilities using their creative, cultural and artistic abilities.
Meet Hitoshi, our Community Pro from Japan. He is the inventor of numerous littleBits + Lego sound machines, and is a whiz with mechanical musical interfaces.
The sequencer module allows you to connect up to eight output modules and control them in a sequential pattern. Now you can add event timing to projects for more complicated interactions.
Bring science experiments to life with the Arduino at Heart module. Educator Rich Born shows us how to get set up and calculating with his series of unique lessons and sketches.
Ayah Bdeir was chosen for Inc.’s 35 Under 35. This year’s list honors 35 exceptional entrepreneurs, including founders of Lyft, Eventbrite, and Shopify, among others.
Only 18% of girls are majoring in Computer Science. Google just pledged $50 million to help change that.
Zombies and electronics, what’s the connection? Learn more about how Ellie Cole is teaching her students how to think creatively, reason effectively, and work collaboratively with littleBits modules.