Hexabitz Modular Electronics

by Hexabitz

Nature-mimicking electronic prototyping that's modular, hardy, and 3-dimensional

View all updates May 15, 2018

Campaign Launched!

Every journey starts somewhere and ours started here, today! We invite you fellow engineers, makers, and tinkerers to join us on an awesome journey to redefine electronic prototyping and take modularity to the next level!

Technically, our journey started years ago with a dream about pursuing modular electronics. After a few dead-ends and detours, we ended up with a wild idea about building electronics that closely mimics natural modular structures. What’s inside, however, is even more revolutionary than the simple natural form factor. We invite you to see all the geeky details in the "How Hexabitz is unique?" section of our campaign page and find out more about things like dust computing and the wired-mesh.

The initial concept for Hexabitz did not come from a dedicated brainstorming session about the topic, but rather from researching totally different problems related to drones and optical communication. Sometimes, you can only disrupt an industry if you take a break from it and let your mind wander, constraint-free.

We’ve organized our first 14 modules into a couple of kits to give you a place to start. However, you can build your own kit with the Mix-n-Match pledge level. We’re really excited to find out what ideas our dear backers want to pursue, especially those tough ones that you cannot easily prototype currently with available platforms.

We also have a special treat for early-bird backers! We’re giving away our awesome T-shirt and an FTDI USB-UART cable to the first 20 backers. Don’t delay! You WILL love this T-shirt (and the cable is handy, too).

$1,822 raised

of $10,000 goal

18% Funded Time Expired
Jun 28 2018

Product Choices


Intro Kit

Get hands-on and discover the awesomeness of modular electronics with this intro kit: 1 x RGB LED module (H01R00) + 1 x microSD memory card module (H05R00) + 1 x IR lidar module (H23R00) + 1 x Dual CR2032 coin-cell *battery module* (H13R00 or H13R10). (Note: coin-cell *batteries* are not included.)



Use this kit to build a variety of fun and useful projects. Kit includes 2 x USB-B-to-UART module (H11R10) + 2 x Mini USB-B-to-UART module (H11R20) + 2 x Micro USB-B-to-UART module (H11R30).


Blinky Kit

Use this kit to build a variety of fun and useful projects. Kit includes 6 x Hexagon RGB LED module (H01R00) + 1 x Pentagon RGB LED module (P01R00) + 1 x IR lidar module (H23R00).


Home Automation Kit

Get your home automation game in shape with this awesome kit! We sampled a variety of power, wireless and sensor modules to give you a taste of the future: 3 x AC solid state relay module (H09R00) + 1 x Audio speaker module (H04R00) + 1 x microSD memory card module (H05R00) + 1 x 3.3V / 1A DC-DC power supply modules + 1 x BL/BLE 4.0 module (H02R10) + 1 x Sensor hub module (temperature, humidity, ambient light, color, microphone, IR motion detector) + 3 x SPDT limit switch.



You know your needs better! That's why we're giving you the opportunity to choose any 12 modules from the ones available in this campaign. Mix-n-match the functionality you want with max of 2 modules per type. Plus, you will receive the following gifts: Our awesome t-shirt, our modified Kelvin clamp, our E-Z-Hook kit (4x e-z-hook grip connectors + 4x e-z-hook 6" cables + 20x smd probe pads), and a printed version of all our Factsheets! Please list the modules you want in your order comments.



We're on a quest to redefine prototyping and electronics experience through innovation, biomimicry, and cross-pollination of ideas. Our modular prototyping system takes modularity to the next level, supporting both bench-top and real-life applications. We are a global team of researchers, designers, coders, and hardware tinkerers and we believe everyone should have equal access to the building blocks of the digital age.

Asaad Kaadan

Founder & CEO

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