Piper Computer Kit

$199 $299

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The Piper Computer Kit includes everything needed to teach kids about computer science, electronics, and coding. Build your own fully functional computer and explore STEM through Piper's StoryMode using the Raspberry Pi Edition of Minecraft, and PiperCode using Google's Blockly. The Piper Computer Kit is recommended for ages 8+.

*Available on orders containing 3 or less computer kits.


The Piper Computer Kit
is an award-winning STEM experience.

How It Works

DIY LEARNING

Piper drives students to learn what is behind the screen. This educational, DIY experience ranges from building a wooden case, to connecting the hardware of a real working computer.

VISUAL PROBLEM SOLVING

The Piper Computer Kit provides an engineering blueprint enabling students to engage in a sensory experience that bridges visual and tactile learning.

BUILT TO LAST

The Piper Computer Kit has been designed to be taken apart and put back together multiple times. Whether built, partially built, or disassembled, the purposefully engineered packaging makes storing the Piper Computer Kit incredibly simple.

FULLY IMMERSIVE SOFTWARE

PIPERCODE

PiperCode uses Blockly by Google, a drag & drop coding language that enables students to modify and change how their electronics work on the Raspberry Pi. PiperCode includes preloaded projects that allow students to code and program physical electronic games!

STORYMODE

Learners explore the virtual world of the Raspberry Pi Edition of Minecraft and learn electronic concepts through engaging, interactive game levels. Discover new planets, make friends with intergalactic heroes, Pip and Piperbot, and inspire confidence in STEAM to make gaming a valuable and educational experience.

WHAT'S IN THE BOX?

FEATURES

  • 25+ laser-etched wooden and acrylic pieces

  • 50+ hardware pieces

  • 20+ electronic components

  • 9" LCD display with HDMI cable

  • 7800 mAh rechargeable battery

  • Integrated speaker

  • 16GB MicroSD card

  • Raspberry Pi 3 Model B

  • Phillips-head screwdriver

  • Wi-Fi Software Updates

  • 8 square foot laminated blueprint

  • USB Mouse