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The Arduino family of microcontrollers come in several sizes, all at super low prices! With an assortment of Analog and Digital inputs and outputs combined with a simple programming language they are the ideal choice for all kinds of projects.


Humans have always had a fascination with robots. With the availability of cheap electronics and inexpensive parts it’s easier than ever to design and build your own robot. Make it follow a line or make it do the dishes – it’s your robot!

Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is a microcomputer with a micro price. It packs a powerful punch and includes USB, Audio, Video Camera and HDMI ports. Use it as the brains for your next Robot or IOT project, or make your own web server.

Internet of Things

Sooner or later everything will be connected to the Internet. Learn about Internet of Things and build cool projects to wire up your home and take control of your environment. It is the network of devices, vehicles, etc.


Electronics is a fun hobby that you no longer need to be a rocket scientist to enjoy. Modern components, tools and test equipment is inexpensive and powerful, allowing you to create just about anything you can dream up.


Blockchain has been in a lot of Buzzword these days. And thats mainly because it’s backbone behind one of the very famous crypto-currency in the world - the Bitcoin. It is the algorithm for Distributed Ledger Technology.

Machine learning

Machine Learning is the discipline of learning to improve performance measure task in the future, using the experience of the task in the past. This includes making accurate predictions, completing a task, etc.

Image processing

Digital image processing deals with manipulation of digital images through a digital computer. DIP focuses on developing a computer system that is able to perform digital processing on an image.


A sensor is a device that detects and responds to some type of input from the physical environment. The input could be light, heat, motion, moisture and pressure. The output is a signal that is converted to human-readable display.

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