The Bigshot camera teaches children how the tech works by making them assemble it using a number of components.

The Bigshot camera is a tool that teaches children how technology works by making them assemble it. Constructing the kit exposes kids to a wide range of science concepts.

The camera features a hand crank to enable the user to take photos when its battery runs out. Three different lenses let them choose between regular, panoramic and 3D shots.

An online guide explains what the different components are and how they should fit together. The descriptions, illustrations and demonstrations on the site help children learn fundamental concepts in optics, mechanics, electromagnetism, electronics and image processing.

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