My internship in Berlin

10 August

My internship in Berlin

Hello everyone, I’m Sartorato Nicolò, I’m eighteen and I Study electronics near Venice, in Italy. With the “Erasmus+” project I’ve been in Berlin for 35 days and I had the pleasure of working for 4 weeks at the Maker Store in Danziger Straße, the perfect place if you love electronic and robotics. I liked so […]

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4 August

Bricks at VFL arena

We were at the VFL arena in Wolfsburg last week – not to see a football game, though, but for a different exciting event: the KIDScraft 2.0 that took place for the second time. If you have fun, developing and programming your own robot or to experience how a whole room with all its interiors […]

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1 August

Workshop at Maker Store Berlin

A group of 25 people visited us in our Maker Store in Berlin last week to participate in one of our workshops. It started in the evening at 7 p.m. and right from the start, everybody was eager to build and program his or her own little robot. Therefore, building the robot wasn’t a problem […]

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21 July

Electronics can be fun!?

Do you still have your doubts? Why don’t you participate in one of our summer workshops: we’ll start with a robotic workshop in our Berlin Maker Store on August, 8th. Have you always wanted to build and program your own robot? Then this workshop is the right one for you: first you’ll assemble an “mBot” […]

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8 July

3 weeks at the Maker Store

My name is Mattia, I’m seventeen and I study electronics in Italy. For my Erasmus and internship in Berlin I have been at the Maker Store in Danziger Straße. Here I had the opportunity to discover a completely new way to learn and experiment with electronics: the Brick’R’knowledge system. With that you can test a […]

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5 July

The top 3 visitors at MF Bodensee

Last weekend we were at a Maker Faire again, this time in Friedrichshafen close to Lake Constance. The Maker Faire took place concurrently to the HAM Radio trade show, as it had already been like last year. There were radio amateurs from all over the world and their favorite brick sets were, of course, the […]

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27 June

Arduino and Brick’R’knowledge at Maker Faire Bodensee

Today we are happy to share a new blog post by our partner Arduino.org with you. Enjoy! Together with our partner Allnet this weekend we were at Maker Faire Bodensee. Our common booth received a lot of interest and a lot of questions from the visitors. We presented the Brick’R ‘knowledge innovative plug system and their […]

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23 June

Arduino for dummies

Today I (being a complete beginner regarding Arduino) try to explain the Arduino Nano to soon-to-be programmers. First, you connect the battery brick to the adapter. On the Arduino PCB there is a mini USB connector that connects the Arduino with the computer or laptop. Additionally, there are hermaphrodite connectors (you don’t need to remember […]

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15 June

Test your reaction!

Reaction test with Arduino and our bricks We’ll present our reaction game to you today that we did with our bricks and the Arduino Nano. Below, you’ll find the according code and you can watch the YouTube video here. Have fun programming and testing your reaction! Once you’ve connected the battery you are in the […]

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8 June

My first Maker Faire

I would like to tell you about my first Maker Faire experience in Hanover in which I participated two weeks ago. The whole Berlin team was present as well as Julia who came from Germering. The Maker Faire took place from Friday to Sunday, Friday being a “school day” for students and teachers while the […]

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