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A project in London, UK by Arushi

Status: Active

A family of 3.2" LCD for all Single Board Computers and Microcontrollers
Backers: 99
Average Daily Pledges: £355
Average Pledge Per Backer: £43

Funding: £4,261 of £500
Dates: Jan 19th -> Feb 18th (30 days)
Project By: Arushi
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3.2 inch Touchsy touch screens

January 20th - via:
Makers, developers and electronic enthusiasts searching for a small 3.2 inch touchscreen display may be interested in a new Kickstarter project launched by the team at Arushi. Touchsy is the company’s new 3.2 inch touch screen that can be used with a Raspberry Pi single board computer range and other microcontrollers to create a wide variety of applications and projects. (Read More)

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