5eBoard How to Build an Electronic Roulette

5eBoard How to Build an Electronic Roulette

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Item #: OHM-475
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Incorporating LEGO-like approaches of using flexible building blocks to build electronic projects has made teaching electronics to K-12 students possible and fun. With step-by-step instructions and discussions, this DIY kit is an ideal STEM and makerspace material for elementary and middle school students.

This kit teaches students how an electronic roulette works and how to build one without using professional tools. The device can be configured into many winning games, for example, winning by landing on one particular LED light (the green LED in the picture), or winning by hitting a particular number assigned to each LED, or, like a real roulette game, winning by a combination of colors and numbers.

Level: advanced
Age: 12 or older

  • No soldering is involved; all parts can be repeatedly used by different users or projects
  • Based on real-world components – knowledge gained can be extended to college and beyond
  • Advanced science and engineering concept made easy to understand and fun to apply
  • Includes all components and instruction materials

Materials Included in the Kit:
(1) 5eBoard Advanced Kit; (2) All electronic components and connection wires; (3) An instruction manual (CD and online download).

Required tools and supplies (not included):
A wire stripper/cutter; a 9-V battery

Short Description:
  • Level: advanced (age 12 or older)
  • No soldering is involved
  • Include all electronic components
  • Step-by-step instructions and discussions