The Invent Anything Course Gets You Started With Hardware Hacking

The Invent Anything Course Gets You Started With Hardware Hacking

Littlebits make designing little electronics super easy, but that doesn’t mean everyone can make anything instantly. If you’d like a little more guidance, Littlebits and P2Pu teamed up for the Invent Anything online course, and you can sign up for it right now for free.

The course features several track options, including the basics, the internet of things, science, art and design, hardware, and music. Beyond that, you’ll also get to chat with a few special guests, including Eric Rosenbaum from Makey Makey, Ariel Waldman from Spacehack, and Dr. Mitch Resnick from MIT.

The courses themselves guide you through using Littlebits (you can find a list of what kits are recommended for what tracks here), sketching up plans, designing an event, working with a community of others, and more. You’ll need your own Littlebits, but the course is free and starts on February 23. You can sign up right now at the link below to secure you place in the classes.

Invent Anything [Littlebits]

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