With five million micro:bits already used for teaching digital skills and computational thinking, the updated micro:bit – available from November 2020 at the same price point – is set to add even more opportunities for learning, exploration and creativity in classrooms.… Read More The new BBC micro:bit V2
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
Gustavo Merckel takes a first look at the MARK robot! Gus is a Mexico based mechanical engineer & maker who also designs school curriculum & makerspaces.… Read More MARK Review (ES)
Over the past six weeks I have had the privilege to test an early release of the new educational robot from TinkerGen. It is called MARK. What is different about this robot is that it combines AI, robotics and electronics. A good combination. While it is intended for the younger age group, older STEM students and… Read More User Review: Hacking the MARK Robot by Philip Mallon