Inclusive Computing

Artists & athletes, musicians & mathematicians -- all should have the opportunity to discover the fun of computer science by bringing robotic and electronic projects to life.  Gizmo Garden directly supports Maine 5th-12th-grade teachers, librarians, and after-school leaders.  We also make our open-source curricula available for download by out-of-staters. Our projects make hands-on computer engineering welcoming to a variety of students.

Partner of Maine State Library

A new partnership with Maine State Library will bring Gizmo Garden programs to public libraries throughout Maine.  Read more about it here.

In The News

See why our students' robots were on CBS This Morning during coverage of MIT Professor Berthold Horn's study of Phantom Traffic Jams.

Read about our RoboPots self-watering plant creation at Skidompha Library in the Bangor Daily News.

See Bristol Consolidated School creating RoboPots here.