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The AirBoard: Sketch Internet-of-Things, fast! by AirThings

The AirBoard: Sketch Internet-of-Things, fast! by AirThings
Share this project Done Share Tweet Embed Tweet Share Email The AirBoard: Sketch Internet-of-Things, fast! by AirThings Play The AirBoard is a thumb-size, Arduino compatible, wireless, ubiquitous computer designed to sketch Internet-of-Things, fast! Grenoble, FranceHardware Share this project backers pledged of $10,000 goal days to go Back This Project Remind me Remind me This project will be funded on . The AirBoard is a thumb-size, Arduino compatible, wireless, ubiquitous computer designed to sketch Internet-of-Things, fast! AirThings Project by First created | 1 backed See full bioContact me About this project Tomorrow, 50 billion connected objects will fill our everyday lives. The AirBoard is an Open-Source, compact, wireless and ultra power efficient development platform designed to learn, sketch and deploy your prototype out in the field. There are a number of educational tools on the market to facilitate transient prototyping. The AirBoard is wireless friendly. Size and Weight Processor

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