A new kit has been created called WunderBar which has been created to enable those without any hardware knowledge to start developing apps for the Internet of Things.
WunderBar enables application developers to quickly access data from the physical world with WunderBar’s easy-to-use SDKs or REST API and consists of six powerful smart modules, with three providing sensors to monitor temperature, proximity, light, colour, humidity, and movement. Watch the video after the jump to learn more.
The last two WunderBar modules will be chosen by the crowd funders that help the project make the jump to production. Relayr the creators of WunderBar explain a little more:
“Because the WunderBar is still a dev kit, with a little bit of knowledge, and the exposed GPIO pads, you can make almost anything you want smarter. With the WunderBar “Hello Thermometer” tutorial, you can have your first Internet of Things App up and running in less than ten minutes. We provide the libraries, tutorials and examples you need to start using the sensors in your environment.
Keep developing Apps the way you always have – with Xcode, Android SDK, or text editor with command-line compilers – but this time with the added benefit of being able to access data from the physical world.”
For more information on the new WunderBar Starter Kit jump over to the Dragon Innovation website for details where the kit is currently looking for pledges to make the jump from concept to production.