Otto is an interactive robot that anyone can make and customize.
POWAR is a DIY, open source climate simulation box for kids to build at home or school, and experiment about how weather and climate change affects the plants we grow nowadays, in different weather conditions.
In the Future of Jobs project our aim is to facilitate children to reflect on their skills and passions and imagining interdisciplinary futures concerning their professional identities.
Caleiduino is a sound interactive digital kaleidoscope based on Arduino. Caleiduino is a game, an object of art/artistic object and a tool to understand electronics and programming in a creative and entertaining way.
Alquimétricos is a collection of open source didactic building blocks that stimulate and promote education and learning.
Fabstory is a digital fabrication lesson and kit for storytelling in the classroom.
Eyebrow Controlled Pinball teaches and demonstrates through making the possibilities of computer & object interaction and hopes to inspire the younger generation to create interactive technology.
Propel-E is 3D printable wind turbine. It can be made with easy to find parts and is completely open-source.
Numblers is a numerals system that helps children aged between 5 and 7 to get number sense and understand the properties and operations with numbers in a physical and visual way.
The project MAZE is an integrating toy that experiments getting together both healthy and disabled children from a very early age (4-10 years old), providing them the same playing experience and making no differentiation between them.
The Tension Chair is a stool that utilises the mechanical principle of tensegrity to create the illusion of a floating seat.
By using our spare clothes we can create an object to stand in front of us when we cannot be together.
Let’s face it — people are gonna touch their faces. Sometimes faces itch, especially during allergy season.
Bloxes is a cardboard building system for children to create their own constructions: a child would say “bigger stuff”, things they can go inside, bigger than any other construction toy set they are used to.
Hatch is a DIY personalised charging dock for your phone designed to help you and your classmates stay focused while studying.
ANPRINO is a Portuguese open-source Robot that is designed to bring the basics of robotics and digital fabrication to schools.
Kids are generally uncomfortable when they are put around other new kids or situations they have not been before.
In this project you will learn how to build a robot that is capable of following back lines using Arduino.
Latin ancient toy remixed for 3D printing. Links Scopes-DF: https://www.scopesdf.org/scopesdf_lesson/brazuka-hand-spin-top/