“littleBits is hard to wrap your head around if you don’t actually have the product in hand. But once you do, the mix-and-match modules can be inspiring, teaching you — if you’re a normal — more about electrical engineering than anything else in your purview.”
TechCrunch has a great article up about our latest round of funding.
If your wee ones are into electronics they’ll love being able to mess with these kits and they are equally interesting as creative office toys. It’s a fun way to become acquainted with electronics from one of the most popular hardware startups in New York.
Today at TechCrunch Disrupt, Ayah was part of the Brooklyn Makers panelists : Ayah Bdeir (littleBits), Duncan Frazier (Bit Banger Labs), Amol Sarva (Peek),Peter Semmelhack (Bug Labs), Bre Pettis (Makerbot) Watch full video here Some recaps about the event: ‘Make It in America,’ Says Makerbot’s Bre Pettis New York Hardware Buffs Weigh In On China, Embracing Niches, And […]