Chibi Chip Starter Kit
Get started with coding now! The Chibi Chip Starter Kit is a fun, friendly and new way to engage with coding.
This starter kit reinvents the book through paper electronics: craft functional circuits directly into the pages of the included storybook, Love to Code Volume 1, while learning how to bring images to life through code. With LTC, everyone can fall in love with coding!
In Love to Code Volume 1, you’ll join Fern the Frog in learning the “sometimes hard, but fun” concepts in coding. You’ll master basics of electronics and coding with the help Fern’s friend, Sami the Seal. You’ll start with turning on an LED, then learning how to make it blink. Your projects will become interactive after learning how to craft several types of paper circuit switches, while learning about variables and conditional statements. You’ll wrap up with learning how to create more aesthetically pleasing light-fading effects using loops and multithreading. There is also a comprehensive appendix on debugging which will help you develop the skills to evaluate, find, and fix problems in projects.
Getting started is easy and quick, thanks to an easy-to-use web-only environment that requires no software to install or drivers to configure. Code is uploaded to your Chibi Chip via the common headphone jack. If you can stream music off the web, you’ve already got everything you need to Love to Code. Confirm your browser’s compatibility by visiting https://ltc.chibitronics.com/test and buy with confidence!
The Chibi Chip Starter Kit contains everything needed to complete Love to Code Volume 1. This includes the 150-page book printed in full color, a Chibi Chip pre-mounted in a Chibi Clip, a programming cable, 2 rolls of copper tape, 36 white LED stickers, 64 conductive fabric patches, a stencil for sketching component outlines, and a Chibi Book powered ring binder (batteries not included – requires 3 AA batteries).
Love to Code Volume 1 is created by Jie Qi (author), K-Fai Steele (illustrator), Andrew "bunnie" Huang (editor), Natalie Freed (technical editor).