Hack your holidays with Public Lab!
This winter, choose gifts that delight your loved ones AND help support your favorite non-profit organization, Public Lab.
Check out these holiday specials at store.publiclab.org:
Intro Kits for just $5!
Our foldable kits are on sale now at half price -- only $5 plus shipping for the Infragram plant analysis filter pack or the award-winning papercraft Foldable Mini-Spectrometer! These ship in a flat 6x9" envelope. Use discount code: INFRAREDNOSEDREINDEER
Not sure which kit would make the best gift? We now offer Public Lab Store Gift Cards, so your giftee can make their own (DIY) choices!
Order/Preorder our newest items
Perfectly presented presents
We make perfect packages easy. If you're in the US and you'd like our illustrated boxes to arrive without postage markings, please select "Priority" under "Shipping Method". This option is available for all of our kits except balloon kits and kite kits.
- Walking through a winter-wonderland with winged widgets
- Capturing aerial photos of your family's snow angels and snow forts
- Documenting spectra of chestnuts roasting over an open fire
- Searching for Rudolf the Infrared-Nosed Reindeer
- Hosting a spirited spectral showdown to explore your favorite liquors
- Basking in the spectral richness of holiday candles, colored LED lights, and incandescent bulbs
Public Lab open hardware kits are lovingly created by a community of contributors. These kits embody the spirit of giving, making them the perfect way to open source your holiday. Do you know someone special who'd love a balloon mapping kit or a spectrometer for their beloved smartphone? Public Lab kits make wonderful gifts for your friends and family--explore DIY science together around the kitchen table and outside!
Give back this season:
Your purchases at the Public Lab Store help us fulfill our non-profit mission: to make civic science something everyone can do, especially those affected by environmental injustice. Your support matters!
Wonderfully wintry photos of ribbony kits by Public Lab contributor and organizer Chris Fastie.