Ever wanted to learn how to draw a circuit? Check out everything from a Makey Makey to wearable electronics at the Tech Desk!
The perfect tool to learn circuitry, Circuit Scribe gives the user a pen with conductive ink and electronic accessories so that they can create their own circuits. This is a great way to learn the basic principles of circuitry as well as a simple and fun way to prototype. Once the basics are learned through Circuit Scribe, users can then take their creations to active platforms like Arduino. Don’t have time to check it out? Work out virtual circuits using Circuit Scribe at AutoDesk Circuits or Tinkercad Circuits.
LilyPad, LilyTiny, and other wearable electronics boards
Create unique garments, bookmarks, pillows and more when you use wearable electronics boards. Use conductive thread to sew a circuit on your clothing, then using the boards you can add LED lights, sound boards and more to your cloth projects. Sound fun? Be on the lookout for workshops ! Or, learn about some incredible projects as well as the basics of wearable electronics by enrolling in Instructable's free online workshop, or contact Hannah Pope at firstname.lastname@example.org for help getting started.