Daraty is an interactive toolkit that teaches children the basics of electronics and improves their problem solving skills. Connected with a mobile application, Daraty will guide the young users in their circuit design by detecting errors and explaining how to correct them. It also creates a profile for each user to track their progress and share new circuits with the Daraty online network.
Our software provides instant feedback on errors in the circuits, and immediate suggestions to help children build functional ones
Our software tracks every user’s progress with unique user profiles and shares new circuits he/she designed with other children
Daraty kit is similar to the standard engineering tools, making it easier for the child to shift from our kit to more professional usage
Helping children build electronic circuits using original content that communicates with them using their everyday native language
Available plugins will increase the sophistication and diversity of circuits and projetcs the children can build using the Daraty kit
Friendly kit design and simplified easy-to-navigate scientific content with animated tutorials to help young users understand and learn
A computer engineer, an organizer of kids related events and an educator in electronics content for kids. Sana made the first steps in 2011 in introducing the Syrian community to Arduino board for the first time(including kids), which concluded to create a local community interested in fabrication and production, to organize the very first hackerspace in Syria (Wikilogia Hackerspace), and to work for making the first Syria Fab Lab dream into reality.
AlHasan is a computer engineer. He has 4 years of experience in organizing community technological events, working with children, developing content for electronics workshops for children, teenagers, and college students. AlHasan is experienced in hardware development. AlHasan’s also contributed in introducing and spreading the Arduino board in Syria, and organizing Wikilogia Hackerspace.