Hey everyone,

I am managing a 27-people startup called CircuitMess that is designing, manufacturing, and distributing fun and educational electronic devices.

We are currently in the midst of the fulfillment of our latest Kickstarter campaign called STEM Box (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/albertgajsak/circuitmess-stem-box).

More specifically, we are producing the first product in the series…

Hi guys,

Wheelson’s coding support is finally here! You can find it here.

We’ve prepared a few short examples that will guide you through the basics of coding your Wheelson in CircuitBlocks. We’ll show you have to do some cool things like make your Wheelson do a 360° spin, make his lights blink, and much more.

Here’s a sneak peek at one of the sketches from the guide:

Hi guys,

Here’s a quick update on what’s currently going on at CircuitMess.

We’re simultaneously working on Wheelson’s coding support and on developing ByteBoi.

Here are a few behind the scenes photos of what finishing up ByteBoi’s hardware and software design looks like:

Hi guys,

We’d love to hear your thoughts on the experience with STEM box and the STEM box kits you’ve gotten so far.

You can leave us an honest review on our Trustpilot page: https://www.trustpilot.com/review/circuitmess.com

Reviews help us make better products and reach more customers.

We value all opinions and can’t wait to hear yours! :)

Thank you!

-Albert & the CircuitMess Team

Hi all!

This is just a quick update to let you know that we’re currently working on Wheelson’s coding support.

We’ve been busy with shipping out Wheelson, so we’re thankful for your patience so far.

We know that you’re super excited to code new functions into your Wheelson, so the good news is that the coding support will be released very soon!

- Albert & the CircuitMess Team

Hi guys,

We’re starting to ship out Wheelson today — yay! Our team has worked tirelessly over the last few weeks for you to get your Wheelson as soon as possible, so we’re all very excited to see your reactions to your own DIY AI self-driving car.

Take a look…

Hi everyone,

We’re working full steam ahead to get Wheelson ready for shipping. There are only a few last pieces that have to be packed, and your Wheelsons will be on their way. So, get ready to assemble your own AI self-driving car soon!

Each kit is packed by hand here at our headquarters by our hard-working team. Check out a few photos of the packing process and the team getting everything ready for you:

Hi folks,

We’re currently finishing up assembling and printing Wheelson’s PCBs with our in-house pick and place machine. Check out what that looks like:

Hi all,

Due to popular demand, we’ve created PlatformIO guides to teach you how to upload code to your Ringo, Nibble, Jay-D, and Spencer.

You can find these guides at the following links:

These are really simple tutorials that will guide you through creating a simple program and uploading it to your device. Once you get the hang of this, you’ll be able to upload more complex programs and customize your device even further.

Have fun programming, and don’t forget to share your creations with us — we love seeing them. :)

-Albert & the CircuitMess team

Hi guys!

We’re currently working on getting Wheelson ready for shipping but in the meantime, we’d like to introduce you to Wheelson and his final form:

Albert Gajšak

CEO of CircuitMess - a small startup designing, manufacturing and producing fun and educational electronic devices

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