Last year we checked out oneTesla’s DIY Tesla coil kit for electronics experts. The students-turned-entrepreneurs are now back with tinyTesla, a smaller DIY kit aimed at middle and high school students.
Aside from teaching children basic electronics skills and principles, the tinyTesla was designed to play music. It has a USB port and a MIDI port, so you can control it either through music software on your computer or with a MIDI instrument.
If you need to get the Nyan Cat theme out of your head, here’s the tinyTesla playing the popular circus song Entry of the Gladiators:
Pledge at least $149 (USD) on Kickstarter to get a tinyTesla DIY kit as a reward. There’s also a $349 pledge tier for the oneTesla TS, a bigger version of the tinyTesla.