How our experiential learning program work?
Either by making a musical instrument or building a complete video game system, you will get to learn electronics and software programming.
How? Learn by doing!
Experiential learning is the process of understanding something from direct experience. This has been proven to be one of the most effective ways to learn any
topic. Our Do-It-Yourself kits are an example of how to learn electronics and low-level programming through experience, all of our kits include an easy to understand
step-by-step tutorial that guides you through the process of building a specific project. Each different project will teach you several different concepts.
Who can benefit from these kits?
Anyone! Our tutorials included with each kit are written in a way that anyone can understand, but without leaving out important technical and theoretical details
of the functionality of each project, this makes our kits suitable for everyone. From students that want to do a project for a science fair, to professional
engineers who want to know how one of our projects work.
What's included with the kits?
The kits come with all the electronics necessary to start experimenting as well as the step-by-step tutorial included with each kit.
Our kits uses an Atmel microcontroller. To make sure our kits are as accessible to hobbyists as possible, we use the Arduino development platform.
We are assuming that you already have the Arduino so we will not include an arduino with our kits, but if you do not have one you can get an Arduino
from our store and we will include a USB cable with it as well, which is usually sold separately.
All the needed documentation to build the project is included with each kit. Each kit includes a step-by-step tutorial, as well as theoretical background of why it works
and everything you need to know. The tutorials are designed in a way that you get to learn how the project works (and why it works) by seeing results, this is why
our tutorials will be really easy to follow for anyone with just a minimum of programming and electronics experience.
Get the tutorials
We use Google Drive to share all of our tutorials with our customers. If you already bought one of our kits, please use the links below to find the respective tutorial
for the kit you bought. If you don't have a google drive account, please
sign up first. Make sure to register using the email you used to buy the kit (i.e your Paypal account's email), because that's the email we have used to give
you permission to access our drive. If you wish to change that email, or if you are having troubles accessing the documents at google drive please
The eyeboard: Eyeboard DIY guide at Google drive