I reviewed Version 1 of this kit over 2 years ago and did not understand why Seeed released it in an already crowded market. It had one unique feature that allowed quick construction of a project by snapping together the Grove Zero modules. Not just side by side as Makeblock Neuron does but you can also stack them vertically. This is it greatest asset.
Follow my mindmap as I explore the latest version of this kit by TinkerGen, a Seeed Studio spin off.… Read More In Depth User Review: Grove Zero Starter Kit
2020 Henan Middle & Primary School Computing Day – A photo journal Find out more about Make A Robot Kit aka MARK in blog articles or our shop! The participants were challenged with a line following and image recognition tasks. Winner to be announced! Stay tuned.
An Air Quality Data Map made with Codecraft and MIT App Inventor Project Kappa is our community ambassador in Malaysia, they are passionate about bringing awareness to climate issues while developing children’s digital skills. They have recently rolled out an air quality sensor project, which has teams of kids from around the country working together to… Read More Citizen Science Air Quality Data Map – Project Kappa
We have already published a preview article for TinkerGen’s new product – Cubio. It is a cute toy robot, designed to teach kids aged 4+ the programming and logical thinking. The main feature of Cubio is screen-free programming – all the lesson content is in the colorful books, you can find in Cubio’s box. And… Read More An Example Lesson for Cubio, hands on coding robot
Open source products include permission to use the source code, design documents, or content of the product. It most commonly refers to the open-source model, in which open-source software or other products are released under an open-source license as part of the open-source-software movement. Use of the term originated with software, but has expanded beyond… Read More On M.A.R.K. and Open-source
For those who have been following us for a while, Grove Zero was our starting point as we began serving the education community. It’s great to see these modules being used in some really effective & engaging projects by a father daugther duo – FutureGen. We thought they would inspire you too so here’s a… Read More Awesome Grove Zero Projects from FutureGen
Gustavo Merckel has made some pretty cool videos with our micro:bit accessories! Gus is a Mexico based mechanical engineer & maker who also designs school curriculum & makerspaces. Did you know that our BitCar is designed such that you can lasercut your own pieces & put it together? We even share the files with you… Read More RC CAR – BitCar with BitPlayer
Since we started our Kickstarter campaign for MARK we have noticed a number of people wondering why do we have “bomb” class in common objects recognition pre-trained model. In this short blog post we’ll explain the reason for including this item and demonstrate a demo task that can be done with it – the patrol… Read More MARK Patrol and “Bomb” Disarming Task Demo
Thinklum is a robotics school which holds extracurricular classes for kids, online & offline. They were very interested in testing out the MARK robot which we are crowdfunding on Kickstarter right now! BLOG UPDATE JULY 2020: You can now find MARK on our online shop Let see some snapshots of their experience! Assembly We always… Read More Thinklum explores the Make A Robot Kit
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