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Welcome to STEMiverse Podcast episode 19! In this episode, Peter Dalmaris and Little Bird's Marcus talk with Brian McNally! Brian is a veteran teacher with 23 years of experience. Brian has m...


In this episode of STEMiverse Podcast, Peter Dalmaris and Little Bird's Marcus Schappi talk with Naomi Young! Naomi Young, who is also known by her screen nick-name "Nay Nay", is a star of ABC Kids...


Hey guys! It’s Zara here. Welcome to my first ever blog post for Little Bird Electronics! Yay! I’m so excited to be sharing this cute little card I made for Father's Day, using Chibitronics . This car...


BBC micro:bit Go The BBC micro:bit Go is a small microprocessor; it encompasses a Bluetooth, compass, accelerometer and general I/O. On the front of the micro there is a 5x5 LED grid as well a...


We backed them on Kickstarter and it is finally here!! The neruons from Makeblock. This is a quick video to show you whats in the box. Next up we will do some videos showing how to put some proje...


Hi there! We're finally on Instagram - YES! Follow us @littlebirdelectronics for awesome project ideas, product updates, sneak peeks and behind the scenes action! Plus, we'll be doing an awesome Welco...


Zara from Little Bird Electronics has made a glowing eyed dragon with felt and Lilypad lights for the eyes. Using a simple parallel circuit to get the best results from the LEDs and a s...


In this episode of STEMiverse Podcast, Peter talks with Dr Steve Brodie. Steve has over 20 years’ experience in research and development, commercialisation and open innovation within corporate rese...


In this episode of STEMiverse Podcast, Little Bird's Marcus Schappi and Peter Dalmaris talk with Karsten Schulz. Karsten Schulz (PhD) is an engineer, computer scientist, and educator. He is leading...


Thermochromatic pigment is pretty spectacular. For lots of reasons. The first of which is, that it doesn’t exist. There is no such thing as Thermochromatic pigment. That is because the actual name of...