The FUZEBOX is a Kickstarter-funded device that helps make coding more accessible for people of all ages. Designed for professionals and beginners alike, this coding gadget provides a better way to explore the world of programming.
The FUZEBOX is a coding gadget that works with OSx, iOS, Windows, Android or Linux. To use the system, users simply connect their phone, tablet, laptop or PC to the device via WiFi, Bluetooth or USB. The device can then be used to code nearly anything, including original games, contact-less instruments, security systems or anything else the user dreams up. There are also tutorials included, which help beginners figure out how to get started using an accessible coding language.
Because the FUZEBOX can be used with nearly any computing device, it provides an easy way for parents and teachers to introduce kids to the world of coding. The company is also supporting this cause by running coding workshops and pledging to donate free units to schools in need if it surpasses its funding goal.