These days, kids aren’t just impressing their parents by mastering high-tech toys with little instruction—they’re building their own playthings, with working parts and all. This electronics and robotics shop in Williamsburg sells the pieces necessary to build functional video game controllers, motors, instruments and more, and invites kids to learn and create together. Courses cover everything from basic engineering (circuitry, mechanics) to digital programming and 3D design. Students use made-for-kids kits like littleBits and LEGO MINDSTORMS as well as cutting-edge software like Arduino and Scratch. Ages 5–14.
|Venue name:||Geek Forest||Contact:|
329 Grand St
|Cross street:||Between Marcy Ave and Havemeyer St|