Build a toy car and more with this gadget kit from LittleBits
This is Ben Rubin with CNET news.
We stopped by the Little Bit store in New York on West Broadway to check out their latest kit called Gizmos and Gadgets which is launching in time for the holiday.
We spoke with Emily Tuteur, a designer for Little Bits, who showed us what this kit can do.
We have a brand new user experience, with a new booklet that has step-by-step instructions for 15 plus projects.
And all the projects have a remix that you can make as well.
So the idea of remix It's taking a project that you've made, thinking about how you can change it, or how you can totally flip it on it's head and then turning it into something new and different.
I got build a remote control car called
Called a Bitbot.
One of the many gizmos and toys you can create with this set.
We're really hoping that we can take our users on a journey.
From being complete beginners to becoming inventors with endless ideas.
So, the way that we're doing that is Walking them through a project, having them remix it and then further challenging them to actually remix on their own and add their own ideas to it.
The gizmos and gadgets kit is available for $200 online at the Little Bit store, Amazon and a few other places.
This is Ben Reuben with CNet news, thanks for watching.
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