Posts tagged with “lego”

littleBits Breaks Down Gender Stereotypes at White House Panel on Media and Toys April 6, 2016

We’re super excited to have littleBits CEO Ayah Bdeir at the White House today, as a case study panelist for a conference focused on breaking down gender stereotypes in children’s media and toys. Ayah spoke on the importance of gender-neutral STEM/STEAM tools, on a panel that included some of the most globally prestigious children’s brands: LEGO, Disney, Mattel, and DC Comics.

Design Challenge: Bitify Your City November 3, 2014

Prize revealed: It’s a Smart Home Kit! To celebrate the arrival of the Brick Adapter that enables you to easily snap littleBits to LEGO® we wanted to introduce a very special challenge for our community.  The design challenge features as judges a few of our personal heroes in the LEGO-sphere and has some pretty fun prizes […]

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Posted in: Community

Meet The Makers: Arthur Sacek, Philip Verbeek & Hitoshi Takagaki October 22, 2014

Meet the makers who are wow-ing us this week with their incredible creations using LEGO® and our brand new Brick Adapter. They join us all the way from The Netherlands, Japan and Brazil! Meet Arthur Sacek – @_sacek I am based in…. São Paulo, Brazil My maker superpower is persistence. Most of my inventions do not […]

Student Combines littleBits and Lego in Two Projects April 15, 2013

We’re constantly inspired by the littleBits projects created all over the world. This weekend, Chow Yu Hin posted the following videos on Facebook. One of the videos features an intricate wind turbine and the other, a vibrant sound machine. The most impressive part of both videos is how quickly he assembles the projects.

Posted in: Projects

littleBits Press Round-Up March 26, 2013

Forbes echoed a sentiment held by many that littleBits is the new LEGOS, in an article they published earlier this month. Contributor Dan Reich discusses how “the new building blocks of the 21st century are based on electrical circuits. Some may argue that we are beyond hardware and that the real building blocks are knowing how to code and how to program, but I believe that the next wave of true innovation will come from the intersection of new hardware and new software. Not software alone.”

Posted in: Press

Bits in the Classroom February 22, 2013

Teacher Kathryn Ross, from the Canadian International School in Tokyo, Japan, recently used littleBits to help teach electricity concepts to her ninth grade science class. The class posted several projects to our community page, and we were even able to catch up with Ms. Ross to find out more about her experience using littleBits in the classroom.