by Adi Goater / 20 Dec 2013
London-based creative studio MAP project has collaborated with computer start-up Kano to create a hands-on DIY computing kit using a raspberry pi. It has been developed to enable users of all ages to engage in a fun computer building experience.
The packaging was designed to be kept and used as storage and includes printed instructions, which guide the user to quickly put together the components with a two-piece case for the computer board. It includes a custom wireless keyboard which supplements the system with a built-in touchpad and colour-coded buttons, making it easier for children to use and understand.
They are currently accepting pledges on Kickstarter.
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