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Spintronics is a new game where players (ages 8 to adult) build mechanical circuits to solve puzzles.

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Feel the pull of voltage and see the flow of current. Electronics is abstract, but Spintronics makes circuits tangible, irresistibly touchable, and deeply intuitive.

Learn to bend raw energy: split it, store it, multiply it, reverse it, and shape it to your will. It’s what electronics is all about, and with Spintronics, you can finally experience it.

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Spintronics Act One introduces basic concepts including series/parallel, capacitor circuits, logic circuits, and much more.

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Spintronics Act Two introduces the transistor and the inductor. It covers intermediate and advanced concepts like amplification, power conversion, feedback, and oscillators.

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Lose yourself building circuits without getting bogged down by math. Build a deep, intuitive understanding of circuitry through 145 fun and fascinating puzzles.

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Spintronics is the first mechanical equivalent of electronics ever built. Instead of wires, it uses chains, and every electronic part has its spintronic equivalent.

The spintronic battery powers your spintronic circuits.

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The spintronic inductor builds momentum.

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The spintronic capacitor stores energy like a spring.

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The spintronic junction allows current to branch, like an electrical junction of three wires.

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The spintronic ammeter lets you hear the current.

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The spintronic transistor is a voltage-controlled resistor.

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The spintronic switch opens and closes circuits.

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The spintronic resistor resists the flow of current.

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Build all sorts of crazy contraptions that run just like their electronic counterparts. Even many advanced concepts become obvious when you play with them in mechanical form.

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Novice or expert, you'll never see electronics the same way again.

The puzzles are woven through 50 pages of beautifully illustrated comics that take you back to a time before electricity powers the world.

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You become Natalia, a master clockmaker who stumbles across an alternative technology that could change everything. Your job is to help her build increasingly sophisticated spintronic circuits to meet ever-more-challenging needs.

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Each puzzle begins with an objective. Players build the starting setup and then determine how to add the available parts to build a circuit that meets the objective.

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Spintronic parts are built to last and each part was designed with great attention to detail. Steel bearings ensure smooth operation and low stray resistance.

There's nothing like having the physical spintronic components in front of you. But if you want to give spintronic circuit building a test drive, you're welcome to build mechanical circuits with our online spintronics simulator.

Spintronics is also great for education. For the first time ever, there is a way to teach important, but abstract concepts about electricity in a fun, relatable, and hands-on way. Electronic circuitry has never been so approachable.

Two girls building spintronic circuits
Two girls building spintronic circuits
A young boy and girl building spintronic circuits
A young boy and girl building spintronic circuits
A young boy and girl building spintronic circuits
A woman building spintronic circuits
A woman building spintronic circuits
A woman building spintronic circuits

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The Turing Trust is an organization doing the hard work necessary to advance education and improve the environment. The Turing Trust, started by Alan Turing's closest family, strives for a world of equal opportunity with technology-enabled education for all. They provide reused IT equipment, loaded with educational resources, and training to schools in sub-Saharan Africa. They reduce the global carbon footprint and provide access to STEM education to those who do not have access. A fraction of every purchase is donated to the Turing Trust.

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