Electronic experiments for everybody
What is Brick’R’knowledge?
Basic Set Advanced Set
Arduino Coding Set 7 Color Light Set
For whom is Brick’R’knowledge?
Children and teens:
Digging into the world of electronics playfully and with the help of our manuals and videos is just as much fun as playing with building blocks!
Pupils and students:
What good is school theory if you can’t use this knowledge practically? With our exciting plug system you can finally try out the stuff that is normally only written on the blackboard!
Teachers and professors:
Bring life to your lessons! With our Bricks you can boost the creativity of your students and motivate them to experiment by themselves.
Developers and engineers:
Fast prototyping and documentation saves time and changes your imagination of testing for ever – totally without tin solder!
How to join the Brick world?
The coolest and fastest idea to show that you’re a true brick member! Just send a picture with you, a landmark, your favorite place or with your loved ones to us and we´ll pin it to our world map – the only important thing: brick included!
Here you can find all of our bricks and sets to enlarge your brick collection!
Here it properly goes to the subject: Set up a new discussion, ask questions or read through all the great ideas of other brick members.
Maker Faire Berlin
30th of September to 2nd of October 2016>> Read more
Maker Faire New York
Ist to 2nd of October 2016>> Read more
Maker Faire Rome
14th to 16th of October 2016>> Read more
Workshops in Berlin
6th to 27th of October 2016>> Read more
ICT Solution Day
20th October 2016>> Read more
Maker Faire Shenzhen
21st to 23rd of October 2016>> Read more
Solar Energy – an introduction
For those of you who liked reading the blog posts “Arduino for dummies”, “Logic for dummies” and “Batteries for dummies” this next one will be the right thing for you. Today I’ll explain the basics of photovoltaic systems (again being a complete beginner in this…>> Read more
Batteries for dummies part 2
Those of you who read my blog post „Batteries for dummies part 1“ might look forward to the second part. Let’s start with a short repetition: In the last post we learned about batteries is and that they consist of interconnected secondary cells that are…>> Read more
Batteries for dummies part 1
For those of you who liked the blog posts „Arduino for dummies“ and “Logic for beginners” will also be interested in this one. As usual, I will explain everything in easy words as I am a complete beginner myself. Lets start with a simple definition…>> Read more
Brick’R’knowledge visits a university
As a learning system our bricks are very popular. It´s great for schools and universities since you can try out your theoretic knowledge about electronics. The Maker Store Berlin team was very glad to be invited to the technical university of Berlin. We presented our…>> Read more
Logic for beginners
This post is for everyone who enjoyed the blog „Arduino for dummies“. Today´s topic is logic and I´m writing again as a beginner We´ll have a closer look at the following gates: AND, OR, NAND, NOR. The sequel wil go online next month. Let´s start…>> Read more