"Our mission is to give young people – and the young at heart – a simple, fun way to make and play with technology, and take control of the world around them," says electronic educational startup Kano on its website. The four-year-old company emerged in 2013 after a Kickstarter campaign for its build-your-own computer, designed for children, earned a remarkable $1.5 million USD after an initial goal of just $100,000. Now, back on Kickstarter, the company is looking to expand beyond just computing.

Kano revealed three more build-it-yourself products in its ever-growing line of all-ages products with a speaker, camera, and lighting board. For $249 USD, you can have all three, which includes detailed step-by-step methods to create and personalize each. Each piece connects wireless to a computer with ability to easily code each to one's own preference.

For any child interested in electronics, the three projects are a dream. That being said, it's easy to see why someone a bit older may be interested as well. Check out the Kickstarter campaign page for more information and check out some of the previews for the camera, speaker, and lighting board below.