Space Odyssey by Geek Club is a DIY engineering space with five different space models inspired by NASA and other Space Agencies of the world. The battery-operated robotics and electronic construction kits train its users in structural engineering and allow them to have fun exploring the space models.
Unique Features of the Space Odyssey by Geek Club
DIY engineering trains users to build space stations
Five different space models to learn and create
Designs made almost similar to NASA and other space agencies
Solar Panels power the station
Battery-operated robots are highly active
Flexible readymade PCB parts for easy construction
Helps develop engineering skills for users
Fun learning of robotics and structure engineering
Readymade PCB parts
An instruction manual
An educational book on electronic circuitry
A load of components with spares for DIY engineering
The Space Odyssey by Geek Club Review
A set of variable space model construction kits inspired by NASA and the other World Space Agencies, Space Odyssey by Geek Club offers tech enthusiasts fun learning of structural engineering and robotics. You can choose from space models like the International Space Station, the CubeSat NEA Scout, The James Webb Space Telescope, the Apollo Lunar Module with Moon Rover, and The Solar Orbiter.
Moreover, the instruction books and YouTube videos help you assemble the readymade PCB parts, add batteries and watch the robots perform high-power actions when stimulated.
How To Use The Kit?
Dismantle the printed circuit board into its pre-designed sections using pliers.
Attach the parts, following the instructions provided, and join them together, making the body.
Next, join the electronic pre-designed parts onto the robot.
Install the heat-resistant solar panels and test the setup.
Later place the model on a table or desk, and hang it on the ceiling to show your spacecraft to your friends and family.
About The Brand
Space Odyssey by Geek Club is created by a team of designers that engineer electronic construction kits in more than 70 countries worldwide for researchers and enthusiasts. Geek Club focuses on making robotics to strengthen mind skills and develops advanced knowledge of electronics and space in users. With 862 backers on its Kickstarter project, Space Odyssey has successfully collected $169,069.
This educational tech gadgetoffers a world of space engineering and robotics that look close to the original space stations of NASA. IT creates great enthusiasm in tech-lovers and engineers to explore various space stations and learn their functioning with friends and family. Geek Club’s aim to imbibe its supporters with skills like hardware engineering, structure engineering, vibration, resonance, and oscillation engineering, and the principles of current while having fun exploring the kits is well achieved with the Space Odyssey DIY kit.
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