After a year of researches and hard work, Microduino Studio showed a new version of they product this summer - Microduino mCookie, and has successfully crowdfunded it on Kickstarter.

MCookie is a smallest electronic modules on Lego for makers who fond of varicoloured constructor details and coding.

In the video below shown the example of a project you can make using mCookie modules .


Also It's useful to know main features of mCookie from it's page on Kickstarter :

1. mCookie links magnetically, guaranteeing that the right connection is always made.

Microduino mCookie snaps together magnetically with four magnets inside four corners, makers can connect mCookie modules quickly and correctly with a satisfying snap. The modules will reject each other if they are not angled correctly, so you can’t get it wrong – making it easier for makers of all ages to work and play, and eliminating the need for soldering.

2. Microduno mCookie is Arduino-compatible  

The Microduino mCookie series is Arduino-compatible open source hardware. It can be programmed in an Arduino IDE development environment and integrated into existing Arduino sketches.  

3. Microduino mCookie is LEGO®-compatible

Built with two raised circular fixators on each side, mCookie can be stacked with all LEGO series products. With LEGO compatibility, we’re making it easier than ever for beginners and children to get started with DIY electronics!  

4. Microduino mCookie has pogo pins

Stackable pins can be easily bent during usage. New spring pins inside mCookie provide rugged surface-to-surface connection between circuit boards for a longer usable lifetime.

5. Microduino mCookie has a secure design

Secure module design makes it easy to fix several mCookie modules with nylon rope, or M2 screws to securely fasten more robust designs.  

6. Microduino mCookie is colorful

Powerful capabilities wrapped in a candy-colored shell make each module easy to distinguish and fun to work (and play!) with.

7. Microduino mCookie is easy to program

Experienced and professional makers can write their own programs in the Arduino IDE and transmit their code to the hardware via USB, while beginners can use the Scratch graphic programming tool to drag and drop components to bring their application to life.

We hope you liked mCookie as we did and already have an inspiration for your new electronics project!