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Posts tagged with “modules”

ITP Camp: Make Something That Does Something with littleBits! June 10, 2012

On June 7, Paul Rothman, our electronics Designer, ran a workshop at ITP Camp in NY. After a brief demo of the modules and system, groups sketched out  their ideas, and started building their objects with various craft and design materials. Campers Toshitaka Amaoka and Chris Mansfield came up with this AWESOME sound-triggered bubble maker! […]

New Scientist Magazine: Amateurs Inventing a New Internet May 2, 2012

This week, littleBits was featured in New Scientist magazine as part of  MacGregor Campbell’s article “Network your stuff: Amateurs inventing a new internet”. Ayah Bdeir talked about the soon-to-be released newer bits with more complex behaviors such as “wireless communication and remote control”   Check out the full article here

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Sneak Peek of the “Techno Jungle” Workshop! April 26, 2012

On Saturday April 21st, our team ran a workshop at the littleBits headquarters where kids between the ages of 6-12 were asked to create interactive animals to fit  the theme of “Techno Jungle”. The workshop was covered by CNN’s show What’s next. The results were remarkable! Here is a sneak peek of the projects! We […]

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RISD: Ayah Bdeir Feature April 2, 2012

On January 31st, littleBits ran a workshop at the Rhode Island School of Design where ID & GD students were divided into groups and had to come up with their own interative projects. Some of the projects were even featured into Ayah’s TED talk. Check out the very cool projects & pictures! Article is here

Announcing the winner of our SXSW Challenge… March 20, 2012

Congratulations to Hayes, Rick, and Jesse! We are announcing the winner of our “Playdate Challenge” at the SXSW GE Garage.  We challenged the participants to create a two player game using littleBits and craft materials.  The winning game was called “World Lift” and is a cooperative game that requires two players to “lift the world.”  Each player […]

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