We're always looking for new companies and products to spark the imagination of our readers. Crowd funding is a great place to look. Here are a few we think you will enjoy learning about.
L Hetherington for | RoboticsTomorrow.com
Squink - the personal electronic circuit factory
Create circuit boards in minutes, from home, at the cost of a cup of coffee - Squink prints conductive ink and assembles your circuit... (kickstarter page)
Ai.Frame: Age of Humanoid Robot
Ai.Frame is an open-source,miniature humanoid robot. Versatile, abundant upgrades,customizable commands,pre-assembled or self-assembly... (kickstarter page)
Open Analog is about open source analog hardware. We take popular Integrated Circuits and turn them into transistor level PCB kits. This campaign is mainly to fund the second revision of our SevenFortyFun kit which you can check out at http://openanalog.brace.io.
The first Open Source analog IC kit from Open Analog has been created, assembled, and verified. We call it the SevenFortyFun and it is a transistor level op amp kit. You can finally get the chance to understand whats going on inside those ICs! Now we need your help to proto the next revision... (kickstarter)
Hippo-ADK: Create your dream gadget with a smart device
Hippo-ADK is an open-source electronics prototyping platform that helps create your Android-powered robots with LEGO, Makeblock, & more... (kickstarter)
RoVa3D : The First 5 Material/Color Liquid Cooled 3D Printer
5 Color/Material 3D Printer w/ liquid cooling, all metal hot ends, aluminum frame, large build area, high torque motors, & steel gears... (kickstarter)
Also the MicroView, the first chip-sized Arduino compatible that lets you see what your Arduino is thinking using a built-in OLED display is shipping now to backers and can be pre-ordered by non-backers at Sparkfun... (here)
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