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Gives you ideas!

A Coding Mini Computer for learning and making, robots, games and electronics.

The Award Winning BrainPad

No Assembly Required

Ready to use out of the box — no assembly or accessories needed!
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No Setup Needed

Out-of-the-box, works with Windows, Mac and Chromebook.
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Award Winning Hardware

Get close and personal with this bare circuit and yet powerful educational tool.
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No Experience Necessary

Learn serious and fun topics. The only requirement is basic computer skills.
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Blocks to Code

Switch from blocks to JavaScript with a single click!
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Evolves with you!

Used and in colleges and middle schools alike. Same tool, different lesson plans.
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Projects

Chicken Run

Help the chicken find her eggs. Inspired by frogger game

Helicopter Ride

Use your helicopter to fly your team back to the base

Pong

Remake of the classic Pong game, the grandmother of all video games!

Marble Sorter

Cardboard marble sorter, using a light sensor and two servo motors.

Snap Circuits Liftoff

Adding a “brain” to the classic Snap Circuits

Space Force

This simply single-motor machine can beat you at playing space-force every singe time!

Falling Duck

Remake of the famous floppy bird game.

Sun Seeking Car

A toy car is programmed to stay in the sunlight

Made Just for You!

The BrainPad has been like gold in the hands of our CODE313 Summer STEM Academy – CODEHoopDreams Camp Youth. With its use, we have been able to expose our participants (ages 7-13) to the wonderful world of coding but with a unique twist.

Bartel Welch

Executive Director, CODE313

The BrainPad is a unique product  with tremendous capability that fits in the palm of your hand. It provides an easy entry point for kids who are just beginning to code and sparks their interest in STEM!

Barb Land

Executive Director, Square One Education Networks

BrainPad just clicks with students. It is easy and intuitive with so much to do without the need to add additional hardware. The students are engaged and just want to do it.

 

Bob Smitka

REST club co founder & High-school Teacher
STEM requires an evolving platform, not a toy
As you evolve so does the BrainPad
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