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Sep 07, 2016

Week Two Recap: Source Code!

In this episode, Chris discovers that you can splice clips into the middle of videos…

(I’m truly sorry)

As for what has happened over the past week:

The source code has been released and is available on GitHub:

https://github.com/EspoTek/Labrador

Go check it out in all of its unfinished, pre-beta glory.

Labrador is now 66% funded! Well on her way to hitting that target!

Dziękuję bardzo to the three backers from Poland! I may have fangirled a little bit when I saw where you were from. Such an amazing country with a rich history and interesting language - and definitely worth a visit!

And that’s about it.

Like always, please email me with any questions, queries or suggestions - especially suggestions for worthy organisations to donate boards to.

Thanks once again,

~Chris

$23,754 raised

of $9,000 goal

Funded! Order Now

Oct 20 2016

funded on

263%

funded

897

pledges

Product Choices

$29

Your very own Labrador!

You will receive a Labrador board, fully assembled with headers. All you need is your own microUSB cable and you’re ready to go! No soldering required.


$54

Double Labrador

Two Labrador boards, fully assembled with headers. All you need is your own microUSB cable and you’re ready to go! No soldering required.


$130

Quintuple Labrador

Five Labrador boards, fully assembled with headers. All you need is your own microUSB cable and you’re ready to go! No soldering required.

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Credits

EspoTek

A new, Aussie startup created by a new, Aussie engineering graduate. Our aim is to bring technology to the world that allows everyone to create new things. Labrador is the beginning of this.


Chris Esposito

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