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Crazy Circuits Maker Space Pack

$750.00
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All Crazy Circuits Pack, Parts, and Subscriptions are pre-order and won't start shipping until August or September of 2017.  Prices currently offered are for a limited time.  All pre-orders of Crazy Circuits Packs or Subscriptions also include a $10 coupon for future Crazy Circuits orders.

Learn how to add motion and simple programing with the Crazy Circuits Maker Space Pack.  

The Maker Space Pack contains 400 parts + a very big case to hold it all in.  This pack is perfect for any classroom, library, or Maker Space.  

The Maker Space Pack includes our super fun Crazy-Touch programing board.  Use some of our preprogramed sketches to create your own touch sensitive synthesizer or light up project.  Powered by the Teensy LC board, the Crazy-Touch offers 11 capacitive touch output pins as well as the raw processing power to handle multiple sensor inputs including audio.

The Maker Space Pack also includes our Crazy-Duino board for easily creating robotics and simple programing projects.

We've included more than 100 different LEDs.  Use our Brick LEDs to make your next LEGO creation light up!  Add some jumbo LEDs to make your next ugly sweater and stand out in the holiday season.  Create a program sketch on the Crazy-Touch or Crazy-Duino boards and do all sorts of weird stuff with the included RGB LEDs.

Create your own projects or follow one of the many guides in our Project Galley.  The Inventors Pack is 100% compatible with all Crazy Circuits parts, as well as most other electrical components.

Download our Parts Overview Sheets or their companion Parts Index Cards below.  Get project ideas and step by step directions in our Projects Galley.

The Crazy-Touch programing board requires use of the Arduino IDE Software or equivalent. 

Download the Arduino IDE

You'll also need to download and install the free Teensy Loader Application.  This enables the Arduino IDE to talk to the Crazy-Touch board, since it uses a Teensy-LC.

To reprogram the Blink/ Fade boards follow these directions.  You'll need to add on some software to the Arduino IDE as well as following the hook-up diagram. 

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