LittleBits Announces 'Arduino at Heart' Module

May 22, 2014

A LITTLE HERE, A LITTLE THERE: Modular electronics company littleBits recently announced its $36 "Arduino at Heart" kit, a starter kit for individuals to use Arduino programming to build electronics and wearable devices. Debuted at the Bay Area Maker Faire on May 17-18, the kit includes snapping components and requires no soldering or wiring for assembly. Purchase of the kit also includes access to community support from both Arduino and littleBits, and ten "getting started" sketches.

LittleBits Announces 'Arduino at Heart' Module

May 22, 2014

A LITTLE HERE, A LITTLE THERE: Modular electronics company littleBits recently announced its $36 "Arduino at Heart" kit, a starter kit for individuals to use Arduino programming to build electronics and wearable devices. Debuted at the Bay Area Maker Faire on May 17-18, the kit includes snapping components and requires no soldering or wiring for assembly. Purchase of the kit also includes access to community support from both Arduino and littleBits, and ten "getting started" sketches.

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