• WiPhone: the VoIP Mobile Phone for Hackers and Makers

    Wiphone is a VoIP phone based on ESP32 WiFi + Bluetooth SoC and it is designed to be easily disassembled and modified both at the hardware and software level. WiPhone launched on Kickstarter a little while ago, easily...

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  • PGCPSU – Pretty Good Cheap Power Supply Unit on Kickstarter

    PGCPSU is a three in one power supply board and it integrates a lithium battery charge management circuit with 5V and 3.3V DC-DC converter-based output rails to power most projects in a very compact form factor. This...

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  • Robosen T9: a Real “Transformers” Programmable Robot

    Robosen has launched the new Kickstarter campaign for the world’s first intelligent auto transforming robot: T9. They easily reached the original funding goal probably because this is the kind of toy that kids  and adults   have been...

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  • MOREbot: 3D Printed Robotics Platform To Bring Your Ideas to Life

    MORE Technologies launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise US$20,000 for development of its open source robot ecosystem. MOREbot is an expandable modular STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) learning robotic ecosystem. All robot parts are 3D printed, which makes...

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  • DIY Robotic Arm for Raspberry Pi Hits Kickstarter

    SB Components has gone to Kickstarter to launch an open source hardware and software PiArm robotic arm kit aimed at the DIY maker and education markets. Specifically created for children, makers and those interested in learning more...

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  • SensorDots Port MuxR | A KVM Switch but for Electronics

      The Port MuxR is a programmable, 8/16 channel, bi-directional, switched bus multiplexer, that’s like a KVM Switch but for electronics. The Port MuxR can simplify and automate your test and measurement environment by allowing you to...

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  • uChip: a 16-DIP board Arduino Zero Compatible

      It’s uChip, an Arduino Zero compatible board, in a 16-DIP package. uChip packs the same ATSAMD21 series microcontroller of the Arduino Zero, therefore many of the existing projects can run literally unmodified on uChip. Furthermore, uChip...

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  • SensorDots Port MuxR: KVM Switch for Electronics

    SensorDots has launched a new Kickstarter campaign for their Port MuxR KVM switch, which the company states is an 8/16-channel, bi-directional switched bus multiplexor that allows you to branch-out programming cables, logic analyzers, debuggers, and more. it has...

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  • Sphero RVR Hackable Robot Tank Hits Kickstarter

    Sphero, a Colorado-based robotics company is out with a new DIY robotics platform. Called RVR, the robot looks a lot like an RC car, only it’s infinitely hackable and designed to entice coders of all levels to...

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  • Peeqo Is the World’s First Robot To Interact Through GIFs

    Programmer and maker Abhishek Singh  is currently running a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for Peeqo, the robot that responds in videos and GIFs. He launched the campaign for Peeqo February 12 after a pair of Reddit posts (here and here) detailing the...

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  • MIND Kit: Easy-To-Use Robotics Kit for Developers

    Vincross has launched a Kickstarter campaign for a modular robotics kit ranging from $89 for the Linux-driven, quad -A53 compute unit, called MIND Kit. The MIND Kit aims to fill the gap between professional robotics kits and...

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  • Easy Frame 3D Printer Frame Kit Is The Easiest Way to Build Your Printer

    Created by Speeko, the 3D printer frame kit offers an easy way to build an accurate 3D printer and provides everything you need to create a foundation on which you can build a reliable and accurate desktop...

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  • Cthulhu Shield: Open Source Sensory Augmentation Platform for Arduino

    Created by engineer Joel Moritz Jr, the Cthulhu Shield is a new open source sensory substitution and sensory augmentation development kit for Arduino. The device takes the form of an Arduino Uno or Mega shield, with a strange flexible...

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  • Arduino E-Z COMMS Shield: You Can Make Your Project Speak!

    Patrick Mitchell from Engineering Shock is passionate about electronics and enjoys making projects for himself and others. His last project, launched on Kickstarter, consists of an Arduino based shield that lets you bring speech to maker projects...

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  • Hexbot All-In-One Desktop Robot Arm

    The engineers and development team at Hexbot developed a robotic arm that could be versatile and affordable while keeping an entry-level feel so that anyone might want to try it. It is capable of 3D printing, drawing,...

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  • Fully Customizable Wireless Remote Control for Arduino

    Schindler Technologies has recently launched via Kickstarter a new customizable wireless remote control for Arduino platform. This controller allows you to easily control your projects such as a drone, remote control car, speakers or anything else your imagination...

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  • Solderdoodle Plus: Open Source Rechargeable Hot Multi Tool

    Mechanical engineer Isaac Porras has launched the new Solderdoodle Plus, an open source USB rechargeable soldering iron, more powerful than its predecessor Solderdoodle. It’s a cordless hot multi-tool that can be used as a soldering iron, 3D print finishing tool,...

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  • Lenco-MD is the World’s First 3D Printed Modular Record Player

    The Lenco-MD turntable rethinks the classic concept of the turntable, making quality audio equipment accessible and customizable. Lenco-MD is the result of a partnership between the Swiss hi-fi audio manufacturer Lenco, the Dutch 3D printer manufacturer RepRapUniverse, and...

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