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October 13, 2014 AT 1:00 am

Adafruit GEMMA Projects By the Science Museum of Minnesota Youth Program #gemma

Maker and educator Janet Groenert wrote to us about the projects that youth program participants at the Science Museum of Minnesota have been creating with the Adafruit GEMMA!

Great news about the Arduino Gemma collaboration. We started using Gemma this summer in classes with 9-12 year olds for Design a Smart House and SmartHouse Boat and Glowing Mythical Creatures projects.

Kids program piezo buzzer, LED and photo cell to control them. We need a toy motor (elevators are popular) and are looking into two tutorials, one using the toy motor (yes) and stepper motor (sorta).


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