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“Our son can read because of your kits... He couldn't read and thought there was no point in it, but he discovered he had to learn to read to use the manual. It was hard going for a seven year old, but he's now 10 and in the top band for literacy, and he even tells the story of how Microbric ('robie' as it's called here) made him learn to read” – C. Nicoll 

"Microbric really is a fantastic kit for young boys and girls to learn about model building, mechanical-electrical interfacing and software programming"
- S. Brauen, Scout Leader



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About Microbric
We are an Australian company, based in South Australia and have been in operation since 2004.

Microbric is the result of a genuine passion for innovation and new creations. Microbric's vision is to share electronics, robotics and programming with as many people as possible. Our technology is designed to provide users with an opportunity to experiment and have fun with our products, while challenging their knowledge, innovativeness and imagination, without the need for expensive tools.

Our products are clean, safe, reusable, expandable and robust. Each of our modules are interchangeable, compatible, and provide users with a range of combinations, and possibilities.

Brenton O'Brien, Microbric's inventor appeared on the ABC's New Inventors TV program in 2004 and won the People's Choice Award.

James O'Loghlin and Microbric Inventor, Brenton O'Brien on ABC TV's New Inventors program
James O'Loghlin and Microbric Inventor, Brenton O'Brien on ABC TV's New Inventors program

Microbric has been involved in two campaigns with 'The Adelaide Advertiser', University of South Australia, and TAFE SA. The products involved in the campaigns were developed to foster an interest in electronics and robotics across South Australia. You can view the television commercials for the two products below.

Microbric has been involved with the educational market for over five years providing schools with an indispensible tool in the classroom to teach electronics, robotics, and programing to students in different year levels. Microbric's products are designed to be as complex or as simple as the user's abilities and therefore suit a wide range of skill levels.

That's why we call Microbric smart screw-in electronics!

I-BOT robot kit TV commercial - 2004   Ai2 robot kit TV commercial - 2005