Why is learning complex mechanical engineering with CircuitMess Batmobile™ easy?
Learning about hardware sounds like a difficult task but we've made it our mission to make this as simple as possible with the CircuitMess Batmobile.
The CircuitMess Batmobile™ comes disassembled, and you need to build it yourself, just like Batman did. You'll get a box with all the electronic components and tools necessary for building your own fully functional autonomous Batmobile.
Plus - no soldering is necessary to build either the Batmobile or the controller so it's suitable for even the youngest of engineers (7+).
However, for those of you who are more experienced, there are more advanced sets available that include different modules you can add to the base Batmobile, and the ultimate pack includes some soldering as well. We'll talk more about this in some of our upcoming updates.
You'll learn about microcomputers, cameras, wires, chips, circuit boards, batteries, and the rest of the components that make every electronic device come alive.
The part that makes learning about this easy is that you'll get all the components and tools needed to assemble it in the box.
You'll also get access to very detailed guides that will help you through the assembly process. You'll learn all about Batmobile's components; which component goes where and why, what each component does, and other similar questions will be answered along the way to help you learn in a fun, hands-on way.
For all you techies out there, here are some specifics about a few of the components:
- Microcontroller: ESP32 with Xtensa dual-core 32-bit LX6 microprocessor, operation at 150MHz and performing at up to 600 DMIPS. 20MB of FLASH memory + 520kB of SRAM
- Camera: OV2640 with 1600x1200 (UXGA) resolution
- Battery: 1300mAh Li-Po charged through a USB-C port
- Display: 1.8'', 160*128px full color (RGB 16bit), digitally controllable backlight level
- Network: Built.in Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
- Sound: Dedicated DAC with Class-D amplifier and a 1W speaker
- Four individually controllable gearmotors
- Six individually controllable LEDs
I'll be sharing more updates with you soon so keep coming back. :)