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Get Hacking - Digital Maker

Looking for a way to get started with creating/prototyping/making ("hacking", so to speak) with electronics

Looking for a way to get started with creating/prototyping/making ("hacking", so to speak) with electronics

Get Hacking - Digital Maker

by Tinkertanker
Get Hacking - Digital Maker
Get Hacking - Digital Maker
Get Hacking - Digital Maker

What is it about?

Looking for a way to get started with creating/prototyping/making ("hacking", so to speak) with electronics? Get started with our app!

Get Hacking - Digital Maker

App Details

Version
3.0.6
Rating
NA
Size
25Mb
Genre
Education Reference
Last updated
July 10, 2019
Release date
May 29, 2017
More info

App Store Description

Looking for a way to get started with creating/prototyping/making ("hacking", so to speak) with electronics? Get started with our app!

Browse our collection of electronics projects, powered by the micro:bit, and start your Digital Maker journey today. We’ll be updating the app regularly with new projects, and there are many exciting features coming—stay tuned! Brought to you by Tinkercademy, in collaboration with the Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore, as part of the Digital Maker Programme. Find out more at tinkercademy.com and digitalmaker.sg.

At Tinkercademy, we teach classes on coding, electronics, mess-making, and more to schools and the public. We’re coders and tinkerers who teach coding and tinkering, and we’re excited to bring you more projects, tools, and resources for the micro:bit and related platforms. Looking for classes or kits for your school or organisation? Get in touch at [email protected]

The Digital Maker Programme aims to nurture a new generation of digital natives, empowering our students and adults to be digital creators and makers, so as to cultivate real-world problem solving, encourage digital creativity and innovation, as well as foster collaboration and co-creation with fellow digital makers. The programme aims to grow this culture through the introduction of simple-to-use and open-ended technologies that the baseline users will be comfortable using. Over the next 2 years, the programme will introduce making and creating with technology using an entry-level codable microcontroller known as the micro:bit to inspire students and adults to explore the possibilities of digital making. Get in touch with [email protected] to find out more.

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