A New York based start-up makes an open source library of modular electronics has come up with the Droid Inventor Kit which helps kids to design their own droid.

A partnership with Disney and Lucasfilm, LittleBits announced the Droid Inventor Kit that allows kids to create and build Star Wars.

The Chief Executive Officer of LittleBits, Mr. Ayah Bdeir said, “We are continuing a global inventory movement that empowers young people to participate in a story that inspires them to be creators, not just consumers of technology”.

The Droid Inventor Kit consists every part of the need to construct a droid, and it also provides the step-by-step instructions and unlocks new capabilities as they progress. The kids can send their bots through 17 exceptional Star Wars missions and open new abilities as they advance.

With the help of LittleBits Kit, the kids can drive their droids and get computerized stickers when they improve their droids with artworks and family unit objects.

The Chief Executive Officer of LittleBits, Ayah Bdeir established in 2011 with the goal of creating an informative stage that supported self-coordinated critical thinking.

Bdeir said, “We’ve created a gender-inclusive product that celebrates kids’ own self-expression and ingenuity while showcasing the same characteristics of imagination, grit, and invention that are embodied in the Star Wars franchise”.

From 31st August 2017 the Droid Inventor Kit available for $100 at Apple Store, Walmart, Disney Store, Amazon. The kit comes with the three sticker sheets, 20 Droid parts, a free download of the LittleBits Droid Inventor application.