Circuits For Fun was started in 2010 with the idea of making electronics fun and easy for people of all skill levels. We wanted to share projects and tutorials that anyone could use to help or inspire them to create their own projects. We started with pyMCU which combined the easy to learn Python programming language with a microcontroller for interfacing with the physical world through sensors, motors, or other digital and analog input and output. So far thousands of people from all over the world have used pyMCU to create their electronics project in some cases it was their first electronics project ever.

Moving forward Circuits For Fun will be focusing on a wider range of projects with the goal of keeping as much as possible open source in an effort to contribute and give back to the community of makers out there that also share their ideas and help move innovation forward and inspire others to do the same.
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