Do you agree that there are too few engineers in Europe? Interest in technology does not develop on its own: it requires encouragement and stimulation. That’s why we have a special kick-starter project, the “STEM Box”, for all those Elon Musk wannabes looking for a host of engaging technology projects.
To find out what the STEM Box is all about, take a look at this video:
Video about STEM Box. Source: CircuitMess
Subscription approach to learning with STEM Box
So, the STEM Box is not a product per se, but more of a series of projects that the manufacturer CircuitMess intends to release every three months. It should also be noted that CircuitMess has already successfully delivered several Kickstarter projects and has not disappointed its supporters.
The approach taken focuses on modern technology topics. From microcontroller programming, electronics and machine learning, to speech recognition and AI. Its great that these cutting edge, exciting capabilities can be offered in this way. Furthermore, the kits have been optimized by CircuitMess with children, for children, and we hear that adults are allowed a look-in too!
You can think of this as a kind of technology subscription for children, teenagers, and the young at heart. Parents and/or teachers can use these practical learning packages to arouse interest in technology, doing so in a sustainable way.
It’s not a one-hit wonder like some kits, instead being based on continuity. You get to learn and have fun at the same time, and the results are really practical applications. This is a “toy” subscription that promises to leave a lasting impression.
For more information, take a look at the Kickstarter campaign.
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