This month we have the chance for you to win a brand new MINI.MU – a make-it-yourself musical glove for children!
British music technology company MI.MU, recognised for its pioneering gestural technology gloves, has launched the MINI.MU – a make-it-yourself musical glove aimed at teaching kids coding, crafting, electronics and music. Designed by creative technologist and children’s author Helen Leigh, the gloves are a collaboration between Leigh; music tech company MINI.MU; musician Imogen Heap; and hobbyist electronics company Pimoroni.
The MINI.MU can be made by kids aged 8+ with no prior experience and aims to inspire young people to apply their creative minds to technology. Each kit contains everything needed to build a glove from scratch, encouraging children to learn to sew, engage in electronics and code. The MINI.MU is built using the educational microcomputer the Micro:bit designed by the BBC in the UK. Once constructed, each MINI.MU glove can be used by children to make music using the movement of their hands, using the sensors in the glove.
For your chance to win, simply enter via the widget below and follow the instructions for more chances to win! Competition closes on 31 May 2019 when a winner will be chosen at random – good luck!
To purchase a pair of the MINI.MU gloves, click on https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/mini-mu-glove-kit
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