It’s the sense of optimism, fun, and a technology that “just works” that builds successful STEAM programs.
Cubit is a modular robotics platform designed by engineers and educators for K-12 STEAM Education. This key difference means that we understand the demands faced by educators to retrospectively design a STEAM technology platform.
Our vision is to challenge the world to rethink the way we learn and create with blended technologies by Inspiring all young people to unleash their inner engineers, designers, and inventors to program and build amazing creations. Our mission is to nurture a future generation of inventors, creators, and builders.
Cubit hardware is called "Smartware" because each piece of hardware comes with it’s own tiny chip that allows it to “talk” to the Cubit controller. We have two types of smartware that are color coded. Inputs such as light, heat, and motion are yellow while outputs such as LED’s, music, and motors are color coded purple.Shop Smartware
Workshop is a desktop app that allows you to program your Cubit Controller visually, with or without writing any code. You can drag and drop functional blocks and connect them with virtual wires similar to a flow chart. As you grow your programming skills, you can write code using Cubit Workshop Custom blocks in the same program to seamlessly transition from visual programming to text coding.
Guided investigations inspire children of all ages! Cubit projects capture your imagination as a point of inspiration for you to get started quickly. Cubit empowers everyone to build their inventions through guided lessons that are carefully designed to tap into our natural curiosity about the world around us and how things work.Download Curriculum
The Cubit is a game changer. It makes programming and wiring so much easier for students. Students can now spend more time understanding concepts and being creative and less time being frustrated by obscure coding syntax
The teachers spoke highly of training...and left very enthusiastic about incorporating Cubit into their curriculum.