#6 is a small, easy to build, inexpensive, bare-bones computer. Like the Arduino, it was designed to easily teach art students about microcontrollers, interactivity, and electronics. It’s only $25 (cheaper than the Arduino) is open source, and uses open source software for programming. It uses a very popular chip (AVR) so there’s a good code library available for it. Check out more at the link below.
Microcontroller for the Folk – Link