Kano, creator of computer and coding kits for all ages, makes its CES debut this week. Its new computers, which you make yourself – the Computer Kit Complete, the Motion Sensor Kit, and the Pixel Kit teach beginners how to build devices, to code art, games, lights, Minecraft, music, and more.
Kano will also reveal the latest prototype of its Camera Kit, a codable, build-it-yourself digital camera at CES 2018.
During 2017, Kano cemented its position as STEM category leader, raising $28M in Series B funding, one of the largest hardware financing in Europe last year. The company also launched a full range of creative coding kits in more than 4,500 retail stores including Target, Walmart, Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and Toys R Us.
Now, over 200,000 computer builders worldwide have coded and shared more than 380,000 applications, artworks, songs and games thanks to Kano’s suite of DIY coding kits.
The Camera Kit, originally brought to life via Kickstarter, is a powerful codeable camera anyone can make. It demystifies imagery and lets makers write their own photo filters, make data-driven GIFs, manipulate image capture, and more.
Kano now has a registration page for those interested to get notified once the camera becomes widely available. The Camera Kit will is coming in 2019.
Visit Kano at CES 2018 and experience its new Camara Kit at Sands booth # 43361