ZAGREB from Croatia, October 5, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Today, CircuitMess announced its licensing deal with Warner Brothers and Kickstarter campaign for the CircuitMess Batmobile™, designed to teach children ages seven and up about engineering and autonomous driving.
“CircuitMess is truly inspiring” said Francois Simonetta, vice president at Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA Agents. “Turning toys into elaborate STEM kits that teach both electronics and coding is a great way to encourage kids to learn STEM by doing what is most natural to them – playing. We are delighted that the CircuitMess Batmobile™ is their next and best STEM kit yet. “
In their efforts to become the the most inspiring STEM toy brand in the world, CircuitMess has developed many educational products that encourage children and adults to create rather than just consume. This includes MAKERbuino – a DIY games console, MAKERphone – a DIY cell phone, and TIGE box – a subscription to STEM projects.
“We love the kits we have been able to create for the crowdfunding community and want to continue offering them as a priority,“says Alber Gajšak, CEO of CircuitMess. “With three successful Kickstarters who lifted more than $ 850,000 Altogether we have been able to gain proven interest and traction for our special kits and bring exciting projects to people all over the world. “
No previous experience or knowledge should be necessary to become a true STEM superhero. The kit is designed for ages seven and up with full instructions.
Tasks include: learning how autonomous vehicles work, how to code a microcomputer, how computers track objects and develop your own computer vision algorithm.
Since its inception in 2017, CircuitMess has delivered more than 50,000 devices to customers around the world. Over the past 4 years creating STEM kits, CircuitMess has focused on introducing these technologies in a fun, simple, easy to understand, and most importantly, practical way.
The CircuitMess Batmobile Kickstarter is available for pre-order now and will have a starting price of US $ 99 (retail $ 169). You can visit the Kickstarter page here.
and the CircuitMess site to see all their other kits here.
CircuitMess is a tech startup founded in 2017 by Albert Gajšak and Tomislav car after a successful Kickstarter campaign for MAKERbuino.
Currently, CircuitMess employs 23 young and ambitious people and recently moved to a new office in Croatia Capital city, Zagreb, looking for talented people who will help them create unique electronic products and bring technology to the crowd in a fun and exciting way.