Multipurpose breadbordless experimentation kit field tested by kidsDesigned by EasyLab4Kids, Ships from Netherlands
Why? It started as an educational challenge teaching myself robotics and programming. Most solutions involved breadboards and lots of confusing wires. My first cockpit panel for DCS World was "cabl...Read More…
It started as an educational challenge teaching myself robotics and programming. Most solutions involved breadboards and lots of confusing wires. My first cockpit panel for DCS World was "cable salad," a total wired mess. I wanted prototyping to to be easier since my designs were to become PCBs.
At the same time I started mentoring kids with Arduino, and the wires served as obstacle. I need something simple, easy to assemble, cheap to replace, able to use cheap aliepxress sensors and useable on Windows|MacOs|Linux and Raspberry Pi. A no-hassle setup for kids, parents and myself.
Enables akids to experiment with sensors and robots. Online training videos are provided.
Its straighforward. Connect robot motors to PCB, plugin an Arduino with USB, and you're ready to go. Not doing robots? The corcodile clips enables easily connection of pinned sensors, LCDs. Very useful for beginnners and kids' training.
The board requires an Arduino Nano. Robotmotors are optional.
Its got an onboard motordiver, ports for servo, connections for an LCD screen and grove connectors.
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Michiel is a fulltime IT-guy originally Afrikaans from South Africa. After discovering Arduino in 2015 he set about to design a flight sim cockpit panel for DCS World simulation. In the process learned KiCAD PCB modeling, CNC PCB-making and had PCBs made in China.
I designed EasyLab from my own experiences: no wires, use of cheap aliexpress components.
My spare time (which??) is spent researching new products, regular fitness and flying a Mi-8MTVV2 heli in Digital Combat Simulator on my HTC Vive.