Reuseum Kits and Projects

A bristlebot is a desktop robot, made out of toothbrushes, a small vibrating motor, popsicle sticks, and a battery. Bristlebots incorporate electronics and creativity into a small and exciting robotic experience!

They are simple-to-assemble robots where the motion is caused by the transfer of kinetic energy from the motor, vibration, through the robot to the ground. One of the simplest robots and fun to create!

The Boxy Robot is a versatile and powerful machine that can be controlled remotely using a self-hosted virtual joystick. Equipped with an ESP8266 microcontroller, this robot can navigate around obstacles, perform skilled tasks, and even engage in battles with other robots.

One of the key features of this robot is its ability to be controlled remotely via a virtual joystick.  This feature lets you use the robot from anywhere with a smartphone capable of connecting to devices over the internet. Whether you're using it for work or play, this robot is capable of handling a wide range of tasks and challenges and is a great addition to your robotic arsenal!

DIY Piano Kit!

Follow the musical talent of Bach, Mozart, and Bethoven with your very own DIY Piano! Put the piano together with the parts provided or mix and match various resistors of your own to produce your own unique sounds!

The piano kit is a simple and fun way to create electronic music that can provide hours of entertainment for anyone who enjoys creating and playing music. It can be a great educational tool for those interested in electronics and music as well as teaching about breadboarding, circuits, and electronics!

DIY Spin Art Kit!

Spin art is an art form that uses paint, a canvas, and a spinning platform to create art. As the canvas rotates, centrifugal forces draw the wet paint outwards, creating intricate designs.

Overall, spin art is a fun and creative activity that allows individuals to explore their artistic side and create unique and colorful art pieces. Whether you're an experienced artist or just looking for a fun and relaxing activity, spin art is a great option to consider.

Bringing electronics and art together for a fun and informational class; Doodlebots! Students will make and use small motors, creating a bot that will draw pictures and mechanical doodles.

The Doodlebots can be a valuable project for individuals looking to tap into their creativity and to learn about electronics. Whether you're an artist, an engineer, or just someone who enjoys creating things, a Doodlebot can provide endless opportunities for creativity and learning!

DIY Buzzwire Kit

A DIY buzz wire kit is a fun and educational activity that allows individuals to play with an electronic game the individual builds themselves! A buzz wire game consists of a metal wire that is bent into a specific shape or pattern, and a handheld wand that is used to navigate the wire without touching it. If the wand touches the wire, an alarm sounds, indicating that the player has failed. 

Whether you are an experienced electronics enthusiast or a beginner in the engineering field, if your simply looking for a fun and challenging activity, a DIY buzz wire kit can provide hours of entertainment and learning for you!