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CodeBug Programmable Wearable Board

83-17040 - CodeBug Programmable Wearable Board
83-17040 - CodeBug Programmable Wearable Board

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Manufacturer:
CODEBUG CODEBUG
Manufacturer Part No:
83-17040
Newark Part No.:
71Y5813

Product Overview

Interested in wearable electronics and learning about this whole "maker thing" but don't know where to begin? Enter the CodeBug - a fun, low-cost wearable device anyone can use. Besides being adorably cute, the CodeBug is a fully programmable wearable microcontroller designed to teach the fundamentals of physical computing, programming, and electronics. There is no clunky IDE to install or complicated libraries to integrate - just plug the CodeBug into your USB port, point your browser to CodeBug Create and following along with clearly written tutorials and curriculum. Are you a seasoned pro when it comes to coding? The CodeBug supports several languages (including Python) and can even be controlled using I2C from the GPIO pins of a Raspberry Pi. The CodeBug has something for everyone!

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