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With DIY home tech kit, users can build their own products

A Kickstarter has launched to fund DIY camera, speaker and lightboard kits Kano—a computer and coding kit brought to the masses after a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2013—has expanded its offerings to include DIY camera, lightboard, and speaker kits. A new Kickstarter is up to fund all three products, with a goal of raising $500,000 in the next 24 days. The idea behind Kano is to provide people of all ages with a kit and instructions to build their own tech products, which they can also code to their specific preferences.
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