Circuit Stickers

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Jun 17, 2014

We want to hear from you!

Dear backers,

We’ve been busy the last few weeks! Here’s what we’ve been up to:

Orders shipped

By now most of you who ordered should have received your orders or an update on when your order will be arriving. If you haven’t received your stickers or have not received an email from Crowd Supply, please write to us and let us know. We want to make sure everyone who supported this project get their stickers.

We want to hear from you!

Circuit Stickers are the focus of Jie Qi’s doctoral research at the MIT Media Lab and as part of this project, we are looking for your response in our user survey. The survey takes less than 10 minutes and is totally anonymous. Your feedback is very important to our research efforts and the next generation of Circuit Stickers.

Please access the survey here:

Check out our new tutorials and templates

We’ve put up tons of new tutorials and templates on our website. Take a look and get started with your circuit stickers! If you run into problems or have questions, please post to our forum.

Share your projects

One of the most rewarding parts of making circuit stickers is seeing what everyone has been making with circuit stickers. Thanks so much for sharing and inspiring us!

Check out projects and drawings here:

Please share here:

You can also tweet your creations @chibitronics, or email us your projects at

Maker Faire

Thanks to the backers who stopped by our booth to say hello! It was great meeting you in person. We had a lot of folks come by and do some amazing things with the stickers in our workshop. At the end we were super blown away by receiving 3 Maker Faire Best in Class Awards and 1 Editor’s Choice Award.

Image by Peter Kittle

Thank you so much for backing us and giving us the opportunity to share circuit stickers with the world!

Three Cheers,
Team chibitronics

$105,096 raised

of $1 goal

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Dec 31 2013

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Product Choices


Love to Code - Chibi Chip Starter Kit

The Love to Code Creative Coding Kit is a fun, friendly and new way to engage with coding. Includes the 150-page book printed in full color, a Chibi Chip pre-mounted in a Chibi Clip, a programming cable, 2 rolls of copper tape, 36 white LED stickers, 64 conductive fabric patches, a stencil for sketching component outlines, and a Chibi Book powered ring binder (batteries not included – requires 3 AA batteries).


STEM Starter Kit

Everything you need to get started with circuit stickers: 6 white LED stickers, 2 each of red, yellow, and blue LED stickers, 1 roll of copper tape (5 meters), 2 CR2032 coin cell batteries, 2 small binder clips, 1 copy of the "Circuit Sticker Sketchbook"


RYB LED Mega Pack

A set of 10 each red, yellow, and blue LED stickers.



White LED Mega Pack

A set of 30 white LED stickers.

White LEDs


Tropical LED Mega Pack - Limited Edition

A set of 10 each of green, orange, and purple LED stickers (30 total).


Effects add-on

Four effects stickers so you can add blink, fade, twinkle and heartbeat effects to your projects!


Circuit Sticker Sketchbook - English

A copy of the Circuit Sticker Sketchbook in English, perfect for teachers who want to share the Starter Kit with more than one student.


Z-tape add-on

One strip of Z-tape, 2” wide x 5” long.


Copper Tape add-on

One roll of copper tape 5mm (0.2 inch) wide x 5m (16.4 foot) long.


Chibi Clip Accessory

An essential companion to the Chibi Chip, the Clip enables rapid testing and re-use of the Chip. With the Clip, attaching (and detaching) your Chip to circuits built on paper is as easy as using a clothespin.


Conductive Fabric Tape Swatches

Get 64 swatches of conductive fabric tape, pre-cut to 0.2"x0.6" (5mmx15mm) patches for your projects. It's a tiny bridge of durable conductive fabric with a highly conductive adhesive on one side. Use it to patch gaps in copper tape, make T-junctions, build live hinges, or connect to our Love to Code products in a semi-permanent fashion.


Classroom Pack

The Classroom Pack is a class pack for a class size of 30. With 90 circuit stickers (all white, or RYB) and 90 feet of copper tape, educators can conduct several projects per student.

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Chibitronics is a research collaboration between Jie Qi from the MIT Media Lab and bunnie from Studio Kosagi.


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