MARK 5010 Firmware Release and Model Testing Standards

MARK KS campaign is more than 500% funded and we’re at TinkerGen are contemplating what interesting add-ons and functions, we can have as next stretch goal. While we’re contemplating, we continue to work non-stop at improving quality of already existing functions. Today a new major update for MARK is released to be downloaded through Codecraft.… Read More MARK 5010 Firmware Release and Model Testing Standards

Glint, a programmable bracelet for STEM education

Glint is an upcoming product from TinkerGen Education. It is a wearable bracelet that allows creating projects with a lot of interactivity for young students, who are just starting out with graphical programming.Its interactive interface consists of 12 programmable RGB LEDs, a push button in the center and built-in accelerometer. Behind the simple, yet elegant… Read More Glint, a programmable bracelet for STEM education

M.A.R.K. Behind the Scenes Full video

UPDATE MAY 2020: MARK Kickstarter Campaign is now live! As a little creative experiment, we here at TinkerGen decided to make a short documentary about MARK development process, including interviews with Seeed Studio CEO and Founder, Eric Pan TinkerGen Lead Course Developer, Dmitry Maslov TinkerGen Industrial Designer, Nosk Wu TinkerGen Industiral Designer, Lin Yuesheng TinkerGen… Read More M.A.R.K. Behind the Scenes Full video

Micro:bit Robot Control With Accelerometer

Originally appeared on instructables.com In this article we’re going to use TinkerGen’s BitCar kit to build a Micro:bit robot and control it using accelerometer on another Micro:bit board.BitCar is a micro:bit based do-it-yourself robot designed for STEM education. It’s easy to assemble, easy to code and fun to play with. The car uses two high… Read More Micro:bit Robot Control With Accelerometer