Blip

by Electronut Labs

Nordic nRF52840 Dev Board with Sensors and Debugger

Nov 12, 2019

Early Delivery Orders Shipping Soon & Firmware Update

Hi backers! Crowd Supply is going to start shipping the early-bird orders soon. The rest of the orders will ship later still, in January next year. The Early Bird batch was actually manufactured some time ago, and our demonstration firmware, which sends all sensor data over BLE to our phone app, or to your browser to show pretty graphs, wasn't ready, so that firmware needs to be flashed on to Blip to use the App or WebBluetooth demos. Read the full update.


Oct 22, 2019

Blipboy Game: Vacuum Invaders!

This week we have a game that you can play on Blipboy! Read the full update.


Oct 11, 2019

Goal Reached and A BLE Synth Demo

Blip has reached its funding goal! Thank you for your support, and we hope to get many more supporters so that we are able to manufacture Blip and shields in larger quantity. Read the full update.


Sep 30, 2019

Brief History of Blip's Development

It's been a great week for the campaign, we've reached the 74% funded mark! Long before we decided to do a crowdfunding campaign for manufacturing Blip, we have been been using Blip in a lot of our own internal projects, and to do prototyping for our embedded consulting clients. Read the full update.


Sep 19, 2019

Campaign is Live!

The Blip campaign is now live! Blip is a development board for Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and 802.15.4 based wireless applications, based on the Nordic Semiconductor nRF52840 SoC. Documentation and shields are also available. Read the full update.


$2,432 raised

of $2,000 goal

121% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$55

Blip

One Blip board.


$24

Blip E-paper Shield

One E-paper Shield - Blip not included.


$26

Blipboy Gaming Shield

One Blipboy Gaming Shield - Blip not included.


$99

Blip Kit

All three boards: Blip + Blip E-paper Shield + Blipboy Gaming Shield.

Credits

Electronut Labs

Electronut Labs started as a blog on Electronics and Programming. After a long career in the software industry, Mahesh Venkitachalam wanted to return to his childhood interest in building electronic gadgets. The projects and articles in the blog gained in popularity, culminating in a book with elements of programming and hardware (Python Playground, No Starch Press).


Vaishali Pathak

Sivaprakash S

Mahesh Venkitachalam

Ajay Meena

Arun Yadav

Hema Mahesh

Tavish Naruka


Digi-Key

Component provider

Mouser Electronics

Component provider

Raytac

Component provider

Elecrow

Manufacturer

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