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Mar

18

Update 6

Dear backers!

It’s time for another update from the chibitronics crew. We’re rapidly approaching our promised ship date, and we’re happy to report that we are exactly on target with our plan to-date.

This week, we received our first complete samples of the Starter Kit. It’s looking good, so we’re going to commence with mass production.

This is also the first sneak peek of the final Circuit Sticker Sketchbook. During the campaign, we had only digitally printed and hand-bound copies to show. However, the final version of the book is full-custom book, with a solid 92 pages of fun and educational material, and features a spiral-binding for lay-flat ease of crafting.

The book also has a convenient pouch in the back cover, which is used to hold your extra Z-tape and black conductive plastic swatches.

You can download a full electronic copy of the book for free at this link http://bunniefoo.com/chibi/sketchbook-en-v1.pdf. Feel free to share the book with your friends, and remind them that they can still pre-order circuit stickers at the Crowd Supply website!

More advanced stickers, such as the effects and the sensors, are also coming along. All the material is staged at the factory, and we’re working hard on developing test fixtures to make the automated production of the stickers more efficient.

Finally, we’d like to share with you a sneak-peek of the touch sensor functionality we’re developing for the microcontroller sticker.

A program very similar to this will be pre-programmed into your microcontroller sticker, so it’s usable out of the box. Advanced users who want to write their own programs can do so using Arduino software, the attiny library, and a separate programmer such as the AVRISP-MKII (not included as part of the sensor kit).

We’re looking forward to getting mass production spun-up on your microcontroller and effects stickers soon.

Thanks again for your continued support!

Team chibitronics

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Product Choices

$34

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"


$30

RYB LED Mega Pack

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

RYB LEDs

$30

White LED Mega Pack

A set of 30 white LED stickers.

White LEDs

$30

Tropical LED Mega Pack - Limited Edition


$19

Effects add-on

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


$29

Sensors add-on

Sensors to make your projects even more interactive: sound sensor, light sensor, trigger sticker, touch sensor/programmable microcontroller sticker*


$12

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.


$6

Z-tape add-on

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


$6

Copper Tape add-on

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


$116

Classroom Pack

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


$675

STEM Kit Educators Pack

A pack of 25 STEM Starter Kits, at a discounted bulk price.

Credits

Chibitronics

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


Bunnie

Engineer & Operations

Jie Qi

Designer & Researcher


AQS Inc.

Contract Manufacturer

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