HwUI

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Dec 13, 2017

Crowdfunding Campaign is Live

The HwUI crowdfunding campaign is now live. HwUI is an an easy-to-use, open source capacitive sensing board with micro-controller and Bluetooth. Many of the prototyping boards available in the market are really useful but they are not manufacturing-oriented and require additional accessories. With HwUI we aim to create a single board which can do the most generic tasks at the lowest product cost. HwUI has a user interface, micro-controller, wireless connectivity, RTC, and serial and GPIO interfaces. The board is inexpensive and production ready. I believe many developers will find HwUI platform with open source firmware and Python GUI useful for their projects. Currently we are working on the second iteration of the board and GUI functionalities. We’ll keep you apprised of our progress in the campaign updates.

We need your support to manufacture the first bulk production run to bring it to you at an affordable price. Please support the project and share with your friends.

Thanks, Prakash

$506 raised

of $2,800 goal

27

days left

18%

funded

14

pledges

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Thanks for helping make HwUI a reality! With your support we will strive to bring more and more open source designs which could reduce time to market and prototyping/design costs significantly.


$39

HwUI BT

HwUI board with Cypress Capsense controller, ST MCU and BK3254 bluetooth module. SD Card holder and audio jack for music player designs. Headers for MCU GPIO, UART, SPI are populated.


$33

HwUI Basic

HwUI board with Cypress Capsense controller and ST MCU without Bluetooth. Bluetooth module and associated connectors/components are not populated. MCU GPIO, UART, SPI headers are populated.

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Conixel

Conixel is a product engineering design house that specializes in the field of imaging, cameras and Internet of Things (IoT).


Prakash Mathews Pothen

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