#News of the Bitosphere
Community Hall of Fame
Vi, a music device for the deaf , by UK-based product designer Dimitri Hadjichristou. He conducted his own cymatics experiments to see how sound affects various materials -
cous cous, jelly, cornstarch, custard, oil, and even skittles! Watch this video to see how Vi helps kids with hearing impairments experience music in a new way…
In case you missed it, you can still watch the Jan 27th Community Call with prosthetics wizard, David Sengeh “I was described as a playful kid. I was exploring, breaking things. I was a maker” @dsengeh Watch now!
Inventors big and small are making a difference. How do you #InventForGood?
Share your story with us or on social with #InventForGood for a chance
be featured AND win littleBits Kits! Read more about #InventForGood.
February Challenge: Animatronics
Event: Global Game Jam
We got our game on this weekend at the NYU Game Center for the Global Game Jam! This team used the MakeyMakey bit to create umbrella controllers.
WATCH: Umbrella Opener Sensor Video
This team created a follower the leader style music game. They hooked Arduino up to Unity and Ableton Live and used MakeyMakey to make human controllers. - @lizabits
As Seen on Twitter & Instagram
- Look at these kids rap over the Synth kit ! - @nickweinberg
- Minecraft + littleBits = learning about IoT @richardJHarding
- “Art-O-Matic Stuff” by Lucy. The internet needs more of this!
That’s all for now, Bitsters! See you soooooon!