Meet Bitsy the Shark, a life-sized, interactive Shark that craves your attention... and fish.
Bitsy was born from cardboard, tape, paint and Bit Modules from the Extended Kit. It did not take long for Bitsy to come alive and escape captivity in the littleBits HQ.
Bitsy swam into the wild streets of NYC. This kindhearted shark chased pigeons, went to Union Square Park, shopped at the farmer's market and hung out with the locals. When patrons of the park tossed fish into Bitsy's mouth, she made happy noises (sharks make sounds!), lit up one eye, and spun her other eye (as sharks do when they attack).
FInd instructions on how to make your own Bit By A Shark Game at http://littlebits.com/projects/bit-by-a-shark-game
littleBits is an open source library of electronic modules that snap together with magnets for prototyping, learning, and fun. Find out more at littleBits.cc