The Piper Command Center is a gaming controller your child can build and program

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NEWS – Earlier this week, Piper launched a new DIY game controller kit called the Piper Command Center. The Piper Command Center is a build-it-yourself video game controller kit for kids ages 13 and up that teaches them how to build their own game controller.

The kit comes with everything you need for assembly and is powered by an Arduino micro which is compatible with Raspberry Pi just like the Piper Computer Kit. Once it’s assembled, kids can use the game controller with their favorite desktop games on Windows, Mac, and Linux.

The Piper Command Center kit teaches important STEM skills and allows kids to apply their understanding of electronic components into the realm of gaming and other real-life applications.

The kit is priced at $49.99 and is available now from Piper.

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