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    Thursday
    Sep142017

    Learn how to code as you have fun with ever changing color LED's.

    Kano's fun new Pixel Kit lets kids learning coding through bright, moving LED lights. They can build their own games, animations, and art. Kano says: Open the box, pop out the pieces. Buttons, board, battery, and more. Build the Pixel Kit step by step, page by page, just like Lego. Connect to your computer and download the Kano App. Step-by-step challenges show you how to learn code. Connect blocks and see the effects instantly. Simple for beginners, expansive for experts. Build your own games. Create characters, make them run and jump. Add logic and scoreboards. Make animations frame-by-frame. Play with 16 million colors. You can also bring sound to life. With the built-in microphone make lights dance to music, bounce to beats or speak when you speak. $79.99 with free shipping at the company website. (More expensive on Amazon.)

    Giz Wiz Video: https://youtu.be/IQd7d343LkQ

     

    Company demo video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Gs5UuEjYgI

     

    Pixel Kit $79.99 on company website: https://kano.me/store/us/products/pixel-kit (Cheaper than on Amazon as of 9/14/17)

     

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