The Fabschoolino was the ultimate gift for anyone who loves soldering, electronics, crafts and programming. A Fabschoolino mini computer could be used to control things, such as a marble track, a traffic light or a door alarm.
Fabschoolino is now sold out.
Soldering and programming yourself
The do-it-yourself mini computer Fabschoolino has been specially developed for the young maker within the FabSchool learning programme of Waag. The Arduino-based microcontroller was a diy kit that you completely had to solder and program yourself.
For schools, maker spaces and handy parents
Fabschoolino allowed you to go with your children on a creative and technical journey of discovery. The box contained a nice set of components to start your own creative electronics project from scratch. All parts for the following projects were included in the box:
- TV-B-Gone: program your Fabschoolino so you can turn off all the TVs in the area at once.
- Door alarm: create a door alarm with your Fabschoolino so that nobody walks into the room unnoticed.
- Traffic light: use your Fabschoolino to build a traffic light that measures the distance. The light will turn red if an object comes too close.