kano DIY computer kit by MAP project office uses raspberry pi
 
kano DIY computer kit by MAP project office uses raspberry pi
nov 21, 2013

kano DIY computer kit by MAP project office uses raspberry pi

kano DIY computer kit by MAP project office uses raspberry pi
all images courtesy MAP project office

 

 

 

london-based barber osgerby’s creative studio MAP project office has collaborated with computer start-up kano to create a hands-on DIY computer kit using a raspberry pi. developed to enable users of all ages to have an immersive building experience, the packaging was designed to be kept and used as storage and includes printed instructions, guiding the user to quickly put together the components with a two-part bumper case for the computer board. in addition, a custom wireless keyboard supplements the system with a built-in touchpad and colour-coded buttons, making it easier for children to use and understand.

 

the DIY kano computer kit is currently seeking funding on kickstarter.

 

 

kano DIY computer kit by MAP project office uses raspberry pi

kano components

 

 

kano DIY computer kit by MAP project office uses raspberry pi

wireless coding / gaming keyboard

 

 

‘how to make a computer’
video courtesy lucy hopkins

 

 

kano DIY computer kit by MAP project office uses raspberry pi

during shipping, the kano packaging easily fits through any mail dropbox

 

 

kano DIY computer kit by MAP project office uses raspberry pi

the raspberry pi hooked up to the kano components and enclosed in a clear plastic case

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