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Arduino UNO - R3 + USB cable
All of our kits use the Arduino as the main development platform.
If you don't have an Arduino, you can get it from any distributor of the Arduino. However for your convenience you can get it from us and we'll ship the Arduino to you,
as well as the USB cable you will need to connect it to your computer (which is usually sold separately).
What's an Arduino? Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on the Atmega328P Atmel Microcontroller. Because of its flexibility and popularity, we have decided
to use the Arduino as our main development platform for our Do-It-Yourself Kits.
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The Eyeboard DIY kit
Monitor your eye movements using just a pair of electrodes and control the computer just with your eyes!
This kit includes all the components you will need to build the eyeboard by yourself.
What's included? It includes all the electronics,
as well as a step-by-step tutorial that will guide you through the building process starting from the basic concepts of the eyeboard
to the completion of the circuit.
What else do I need? A computer, an Arduino, and we recommend a medium-sized breadboard to build the eyeboard, you can get one from our store (see below).
What will I learn by making the eyeboard? On the process of building the eyeboard,
you will learn concepts such as ADC (Analog-to-Digital Converters), amplifiers,
filters (Low-Pass and High-Pass filters), the use of operational amplifiers, and how to use the electrical signals from our body for a computer interface.
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Musical Instrument DIY kit
Create different musical tones with this musical instrument! This kit includes everything you will need to build a complete musical keyboard.
What's included? It includes all the electronics (including the speaker),
as well as the step-by-step tutorial that will guide you through the process of building a musical instrument.
What else do I need? An Arduino, a computer to program the microcontroller, and we recommend a medium-sized breadboard to build the musical instrument,
you can get one from our store (see below).
What will I learn by making this musical instrument? On the process of building it,
you will learn concepts such as PWM(Pulse-Width-Modulation), musical tones, pitch and frequency,
amplification (with operational amplifiers), mixers, and oscillators to create different sound waveforms.
EES Video Game System DIY kit
Build a full video game system from scratch! This kit includes everything you will need to send video to a a television with RCA cables.
What's included? It includes a small breadboard so
you can make the wired controller (extra microcontroller included), all the electronics, the RCA cables and the step-by-step tutorial that will guide you
through the building process from the very basics. Please note that at this moment we do not include the electronics needed to make a wireless motion controller,
to the console, but on our tutorial we explain how do it if you wish to add one yourself.
What else do I need? An Arduino, a computer to program the microcontroller and a NTSC TV with
composite video input.
What will I learn by making the EES video game system? On the process of building the video game system,
you will learn concepts such as composite video generation (how it works), simple game low-level programming, LOW and HIGH microcontroller pin states,
voltage dividers, generating simple sounds tones, and how to adapt a controller as the game interface.
International buyers: This version only supports NTSC televisions and not PAL, so this kit won't work for some European televisions.
Optical ECG (heart rate monitor)
Learn how a pulse oximeter works by making an optical heart rate monitor!
What's included? This kits includes all the electronics as well as a step-by-step tutorial that will guide
you through the process of building the circuit.
What else do I need? An Arduino, a computer to program the microcontroller and we recommend a medium-sized breadboard
to build the optical heart rate monitor, you can get one from our store (see below).
What will I learn by making this optical heart rate monitor? On the process of building it,
you will learn concepts such as amplifiers and filters (using operational amplifiers), optical sensors (such as phototransistors and photodiodes),
ADC (Analogue to digital converter), and how a pulse oximeter work.
Smartbike (DIY kit for spinning bikes)
The Smartbike is a virtual reality video game that lets you enjoy a 3D game on a computer screen or a TV monitor while exercising with your own spin-bike.
DIY kit of the smartbike coming soon, stay tunned!
DIY Kit price: TBA
Click here to watch the video of the Smartbike.