Hello Makers! I am Naze, working with Robotistan R&D team for the development of Picobricks. We created this forum to solve the makers' problems with our products. You can use this forum to discuss about the products with other makers and solve the problems. At the same time, you can share the projects created with Picobrciks. Here we invite you to introduce yourself and meet makers from all over the world! With the feedback we get from you, we can make our products much better.3 discussions 5 comments Most recent: Known Issues and FAQ by PeterMathijssen December 2022
PicoBricks - Make, Run, Split, Merge
You can share all the problems you're stuck with while working with PicoBricks here to the community and our technical team. Our technical team will share the solution with you as soon as possible. We can solve your problem more easily if you support it with images and good explanations. For more information https://github.com/Robotistan/PicoBricks26 discussions 133 comments Most recent: Project for the IR Remote Controller by PeterMathijssen March 11
This is for users who support PicoBricks on the Kickstarter platform. You can introduce yourself and say hi! the community.14 discussions 50 comments Most recent: E-Book inaccuracies by kayakbabe December 2022
You can ask all your MicroBlock questions to the community and our technical team here41 discussions 99 comments Most recent: MicroBlocks and HuskyLens - Enjoy the beauty of AI Machine Vision with Blocks by Turgut March 19
You can use this section for your questions and problems about the shipping of the products. Please do not forget to describe your product, and the delivery code, if you have. Support Email: [email protected]2 discussions 3 comments Most recent: Didn't receive product by yasir September 2022
Products & Technology
The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. If you have a problem using the Raspberry Pi with our products, we can discuss it together here.
Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Arduino boards are able to read inputs - light on a sensor, a finger on a button, or a Twitter message - and turn it into an output - activating a motor, turning on an LED, publishing something online. You can discuss the problems you have with using Arduino with our products in this section.
10 discussions 65 comments Most recent: Read the Docs by ozerngg January 2
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