CircuitMess is a team of young individuals who work on software & hardware development and manufacture fun & educational DIY electronic devices to empower kids and adults to a hands-on STEM experience.
This device is an open-source retro game console that you can assemble and code yourself. You can even use your ByteBoi for remote controlling your CircuitMess Wheelson because of the built-in Bluetooth ; Wi-Fi chipset.
Chatter is a free, private, security-first texting device. It comes in a pair because texting yourself is not as fun as you think. Unlike your regular phone, this device does not need a cellular network or a SIM card to work because it creates its own wireless network and communicates with other Chatter devices you've paired it with. It uses the so-called “LoRa; low-power wide-area network technology in order to send text messages, emojis, memes, and GIFs. Chatter uses a publicly-available set of frequencies that are allocated for use cases like this one.
Learn how to solder and get a fully functional retro gaming console with the Nibble, the new and improved version of MAKERbuino.This amazing kit teaches you all about electronics from soldering to coding and contains everything that you need in order to build your own gaming console along with a full assembly guide making it perfect for makers of all levels.
Make your very own mobile phone! It actually makes calls! This neat little device is an open source mobile phone that you can build yourself. Besides that, Ringo is also an educational device shaped like a mobile phone compatible with all mobile networks. Its purpose: to motivate people to explore, learn and create something new in a fun and interesting way.
STEM Box 1 by CircuitMess: Spencer the voice assistant Spencer is a handy man voice assistant that talks, turns on, connects to the internet and understands simple voice commands. He also has a funny personality, tells jokes and finds new ones online. Spencer has a microphone and understands what you are saying. You can code new functions that will be triggered when you say certain phrases or words. The LED display on its belly features a 128 pixel colorful RGB grid that can display data, custom icons, animations and scrolling text.
Autonomous cars are the future and we';ll show you how it works. This tiny wheeled robot has a camera and a microcomputer and can be programmed to autonomously navigate a small road while driving, just like an autonomous car would. It has built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi so you can connect it to other devices wirelessly. Wheelson also has an LCD display where you can see what the robot sees.When applying different filters and computer vision algorithms, you';ll see a different output on the screen so that you can understand how robots see and interpret the world around them. Wheelson is powered by four small electromotors and has a rechargeable Li-Po battery included.