Computer Engineering for Babies

Demo the Book:

Click the button(s) to activate the LED.

Use arrow keys to turn the page.

I have two young boys, and since they could sit up, they have both loved electrical buttons and switches, especially large arcade style buttons. A couple weeks ago, my youngest snatched one of the prototype arcade buttons off my desk and carried it around with him the whole day pressing it with that soft familiar "click-click".

When my oldest was a year old, he would demand that I hold him in the air so he could flip the light switch in the dining room back and forth. Each time he flipped the switch, he would jerk his head around to check the room and confirm that the lights had successfully toggled.

He would have done it for hours if my arms had the strength.

This book is inspired by my sons' curiosity, and a hope that I might be able fuel that curiosity, and keep them entertained without having to suspend them in the air to toggle light switches.

Language, logic, and blinking lights? How can you not love this!     -sceadwian

"I see you're marketing it to babies but as a Senior EE University student I'm considering getting this.     -mulv1336

As a theoretical computer scientist, I have to quote the lonely island: "I jizzed in my pants." This is awesome!     -figure0900

Please take a moment to ask yourself honestly if you:

If you fall into any of these categories, then you should definitely get a few of these.


If you have any questions, you can email me at chasemadison at protonmail.