ScoutMakes Bluetooth Fun

by TinkeringTech

Open source, CircuitPython-compatible, Bluetooth-enabled STEM electronics kits

View all updates Oct 29, 2020

Our Campaign is Live!

by Lali Jayatilleke

We are super excited to be sharing our passion for STEM learning with the world by launching the ScoutMakes line of kits. Please have a look at our campaign page and help us make this project a reality!

The ScoutMakes STEM Education Kits let you have fun while exploring the world of electronics. We are offering two self-contained, OSHWA-certified open hardware, battery-powered, Bluetooth-enabled kits: the ScoutMakes FM Radio Kit and the ScoutMakes Robot Kit. Each kit comes with all necessary mechanical hardware to ensure that your introduction to DIY microcontroller programming and electrical engineering is both enjoyable and educational.

Your support will also be contributing to a great cause. We plan to donate 10% of the proceeds, after our fees have been covered, to Black Girls Code, a non-profit organization that introduces girls of color between the ages of 7 and 17 to computer science and technology.

More updates will be coming soon, so keep an eye out!

And thank you!
The ScoutMakes Team

About the Author

Lali Jayatilleke

tinkeringtech  ·  tinkeringtech  ·   Kensington, MD


$1,388 raised

of $3,750 goal

37% Funded

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$55

ScoutMakes FM Radio Kit

Everything you need to get started: an Azul BLE development board with a 128 x 32 pixel OLED display, an FM radio expansion module, headphones, a USB Type-C cable, and a 100 mAh Lithium Polymer battery.


$70

ScoutMakes Robot Kit

Everything you need to get started: an Azul BLE development board with a 128 x 32 pixel OLED display, a robot expansion module, two N20 motors, two wheels, a USB Type-C cable, a 100 mAh Lithium Polymer battery, a 3D printed frame, screws, and mounting hardware


$89

ScoutMakes Combo Kit

Everything you need to assemble both the FM Radio kit and the Robot kit: a single Azul BLE development board with a 128 x 32 pixel OLED display, an FM radio expansion module, headphones, a robot expansion board, a USB Type-C cable, a 100 mAh Lithium Polymer battery, headphones, two N20 motors, two wheels, a 3D printed frame, screws, and mounting hardware

Credits

TinkeringTech

TinkeringTech is an open source electronics company dedicated to encouraging everyone, young and old, to learn engineering.


Lalindra Jayatilleke

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