Box0 with computer and phone doing experiment

Free & open source tool for exploring science and electronics anytime anywhere

Box0 — started with the idea of providing learners educational resources and tools that gives the freedom to discover science, technology and electronics by doing and sharing knowledge with others.

As students, we want to have something that is affordable and help us learn not only in classrooms and restricted labs but anytime anywhere and can be used with a variety of open coursewares.

Box0 helps you learn about electronics and computers and how these are useful for studying physical, biological, chemical or some other phenomena.

Community oriented

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Learn by doing

Learn by doing

Learning should be active, playful and enjoyable.

With Box0 you can create, learn concepts by doing experiments and make interesting projects.

Your lab in a Bag

Your lab in a Bag

Box0 give you the Freedom to learn anytime anywhere.

Learning can happen anywhere, be it classroom, labs or park.

Let your creativity and curiosity come outside.

Not just a tool for electronics

Not just a tool for electronics

Box0 is a tool for bridging the physical world with digital.

Its not limited to just electronics, you can equally learn physics, chemistry, biomedical.

You can use Box0 for citizen citizen science or for your DIY lab experiments, with MOOC and open source tutorials.

Beginner friendly

Beginner friendly

Box0 comes with multifunction, free and ready to use software GUI.

You can use setup experiments using software instruments in minutes.

We have included everything you need to start.

Box0 is Extendable

Box0 is Extendable

You can program Box0 for custom applications. For example you can build your own low cost instruments.

Box0 works out the box with Jupyter notebook which can be used to Interface, control, visualise easily.

Python, Julia, Jupyter, NodeJS, Java, C, C++

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