Developers, hobbyists and makers that enjoy building projects using the Arduino programming platform may be interested in a new micro sized Arduino boards system called tweeq that has launched over on the Kickstarter crowdfunding website this week.
tweeq are powerful open source micro-sized Arduino boards providing a wide range of tiny add-ons to help build and expand your Arduino projects. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the tweet project and see it in action.
The tweeq Arduino Boards project are currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production.
“Introducing tweeq cores. They might look tiny in the palm of your hands, but these little fellas boast a 32-bit micro-controller with loads of memory (up to 256KB!), and they come in 6 different configurations designed to best meet your wildest gadget ideas.
tweeq’s stamp modules are possibly the world’s smallest series of cascade-able modules that add a singular function to any tweeq core without any addition to the size of the overall board configuration.
All stamp modules are cascade-able thanks to the I2C bus line. This allows you to connect multiple stamp functionalities using the same 2 pins, leaving the other pins free for multi-functional and intermediate boards, as well as the many external modules available for plug-and-play.”
So if you think the tweeq Arduino Boards are something your projects could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help tweeq Arduino Boards become a reality with pledges starting from just £22 via the link below.
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