Microduino Introduces the Launch of IdeaLab–The Place to Showcase STEM Projects & More

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Global educational toy company, Microduino, expands their STEM offerings with the launch of IdeaLab, a new online community perfect for all creators, young and old, to showcase their STEM projects and connect with others.

IdeaLab by Microduino

Microduino, an award-winning global designer, developer, manufacturer, and leading seller of stackable electronic building blocks, related accessories and peripherals, and in-class science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning systems is proud to announce the launch of IdeaLab.

IdeaLab is their online community of makers, students, educators, teachers, designers, tinkerers, and DIYers. It’s the perfect place to:

  •     Showcase STEM projects, inventions, and to exchange ideas
  •     Provide a platform and resource for makers, etc., to learn about STEM/STEAM
  •     Have a forum to ask questions and get answers about creating STEM technology
  •     And so much more

As Bin Feng, CEO of Microduino, stated, “The launch of our new IdeaLab is a great way for our users, educators, students, inventors, and anyone who loves to create to showcase their inventions. At Microduino, we firmly support collaborating with other makers and sharing ideas. Our community is a haven for people who are deeply involved with STEM/STEAM learning or who are just getting started and want to interact with experienced makers. We have created a central hub for people to come together and feel the excitement of the growing STEM/STEAM movement."

To get a firsthand look at one of the projects posted to IdeaLab, check out this video submitted by a user https://youtu.be/d57rBdJfjcE. And to see more of the creative projects already posted to IdeaLab check out their projects here https://idealab.microduinoinc.com

Microduino is best known for their products such as the mCookie series (a series of small, stackable, and Arduino-compatible electronic building blocks), mPuzzle (a collection of easy-to-use, snap-together magnetic components that teach basic electronic circuitry concepts), mPie, and the Microduino STEM Mix Kits. They recently released the next generation of STEM toys with their Itty Bitty Buggy. This code programmable toy combines play, creativity and logic and allows consumers to build and program four different creatures. Their Creative Expansion Pack, a neat package of 100 additional building pieces, compatible with Itty Bitty Buggy, is one of Microduino's newer offerings.

With offices in China and Brazil and their U.S. headquarters in Westlake Village, California, Microduino is on the cutting edge of STEM/STEAM technology and products that encourage creativity and fun. Microduino was also recently honored to be the recipient of the Top 30 Innovation Award presented at the Silicon Valley Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum and also won the coveted KAPi Award, Best Maker Spirit, to be presented at CES in January.

Everyone is an inventor with their latest IdeaLab. For more information stop by https://idealab.microduinoinc.com. For media interviews contact Laurie Hurley at laurie@microduinoinc.com.

About Microduino: Founded in 2012, and based in Westlake Village, Calif., Microduino is a global designer, developer, manufacturer and seller of stackable electronic building blocks, related components, and in-class science, technology, engineer and mathematics (STEM) learning systems which encourage and enhance inventors’ creativity, imagination, and ingenuity through project-based learning. With tailored STEM/STEAM offerings for individual consumers and schools, Microduino offers a broad range of modules, sensors, and project kits which improve critical thinking and problem-solving abilities, while enabling inventors to bring their inspirational and pioneering creations to life. Because of their ease of use, unique patented hardware design, and nearly unlimited applications and configurations, Microduino products have spawned a passionate and highly-innovative worldwide community of students, faculty members, makers, engineers, and electronics enthusiasts of all ages, backgrounds, and skill sets.

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