In the past few months, we have covered plenty of awesome electronics projects here. Getting your kids started with DIY electronics early is a very good idea. Piper is an innovative solution that enables your kids to build electronics while playing Minecraft. In other words, it is a fun toolbox that teaches your children a thing or two while keeping them entertained.
On their journey, your children get to play with sensors, motion detectors, lights, and more. Piper comes with a Raspberry Pi 2, a laser-etched acrylic Raspberry Pi 2 case, cables, a power bank, a USB mouse, and a 8 GB SD card. It also has a 7″ LED screen. I don’t know about you, but I wish something like this was available when I was a child. You can find this cool project on Kickstarter.