DIY Kit Lets Anyone Build A Working Computer [Video]
Kano runs on Raspberry Pi and includes a wireless keyboard, a speaker, packaging, and accessories.
London-based creative agency MAP has designed Kano, billed as a computer that “anyone can make.”
The DIY kit runs on the Raspberry Pi platform, a credit card sized computer that allows users to easily add components, and includes a wireless keyboard, a speaker, packaging, and accessories. Aimed at all ages, all over the world it’s designed to enable users to build games such as Snake, learn code and “create the future,” based on simple and easy-to-follow- steps. The team’s aim is to encourage technophobes to get involved and to prove that technology can also be artistic.