Hello and welcome!
Low floor, wide walls, heigh ceiling: Welcome to Calliope mini! Calliope mini is a tiny controller designed to show you the fun in programming. Get creative and start coding!
Here on our website you can easily get started with the Calliope mini, we’ll show you how. Discover our different editors or take a look at the Calliope projects: You can build your own robots, musical instruments and much more.
We also have a forum: If you have any questions, our community is there for you (and so are we).
The minicomputer for big ideas!
You can order the new Calliope mini REV2 directly from us on this page!
Learning at home?!
Are you ready to start your first projects? Then take a look at the "First Steps" page. There you'll find information about our editors and great flashcards to try out with your children - or just by yourself.
But you should also use the Calliope forum to get support directly from us and the community to make your home projects really fun!
Remember, you can always send us a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our family of editors is growing
The Calliope mini is now also programmable in the Swift Playgrounds app. Create code with the Swift programming language for iOS and the Calliope mini will show you the results immediately. Find the Calliope mini Swift Playground in our editor section – there is also a free teacher guide available.
For questions about the Calliope mini and its use in class, we have now set up a forum where you can get help as well as help others. You can exchange views on various topics: ideas for teaching, help in dealing with Calliope editors, or general questions about the mini.
First steps - getting started
Do you want to know what you can do with your Calliope mini? On this page, we will show you the first steps, from connecting to your computer to starting your first program.
With a little practice and the right program, the Calliope mini can become an instrument, a calculator, a weather station, or a disco ball. We are collecting exciting experiments and lessons, and we are looking forward to many new ideas for personal Calliope projects.