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CodeBug Connect: cute, colourful & programmable IoT wearable

A project in Manchester, UK by CodeBug
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The cute, colourful, connected wearable that's fun and easy for creating WiFi IoT projects and learning to code.
Backers: 140
Average Daily Pledges: £561
Average Pledge Per Backer: £68

Funding: £9,538 of £6,000
Dates: Nov 18th -> Dec 10th (23 days)
Project By: CodeBug
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November 26th - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

UK Made: CodeBug educational 'thing' gets Wi-Fi, a server, and much more

November 18th - via: electronicsweekly.com
CodeBug Connect, is the IoT-capable next-generation of the original CodeBug educational board launched in 2015 – which won the Electronics Weekly Elektra Award that year for most innovative consumer product. Retaining the original cartoon animal shape and small (~40 x 50mm) dimensions, the Connect version gains Wi-Fi and enough computing power to make it a wearable server and to host its own programming environment – the latter an on-board Python interpreter giving advanced users something beyond the original drag-and-drop-blocks programming environment, which is retained. (Read More)

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