Hello everyone, apologies for the delayed update, but I come bearing good news! Last week, I received 250 new Programmable-Air boards and am currently going through QA procedures for them. I will be shipping the first completed batch of devices to Crowd Supply this week. Read the full update.
The next batch of Programmable-Air boards is wrapping up! With a bit of padding to account for COVID-19, orders should start shipping between the middle and end of June. Read the full update.
Learn how backer Jim C. uses Programmable Air in a project that keeps his inflatable boat in perfect trim. Read the full update.
I am happy to report that I shipped all orders to Crowd Supply today. It feels like such a relief! Crowd Supply will ship them to you individually, so it will take a few more weeks for you to get them, but they're on the way! If you need to change or update your shipping address, please do so through your Crowd Supply account. Read the full update.
Sincere apologies for the update hiatus, but I have good news. I'm starting the final assembly of boards! Read the full update.
Woohoo, we did it! Programmable-Air is fully funded. Reducing manufacturing cost to buy original Arduino Nano boards. Read the full update.
Thanks to all your support the project is 90% funded! But we only have five more days left! So, now's the time to act to get your own Programmable-Air kit! I'm demoing Programmable-Air at Teardown 2019, in Portland this weekend and will be giving a talk on it as well! Come say hi, and check out the demos! Read the full update.
Thanks to all your support, the campaign has reached 50% of it's goal! Now let's talk about tutorials, CAD models, and soft robotic actuators. Read the full update.
It's been a busy week for Programmable-Air! We were at Maker Faire Bay Area, we've got some new projects to show off, and new versions of the Arduino Nano have been released. Read the full update.
We're live! You can now get your very own hardware toolkit that'll let you inflate and deflate objects. You can make a vacuum pick and place machine, blow up a balloon and have it’s size represent data, make a soft robot walk, use a syringe as a linear actuator, or whatever you want. It's time to get started with pneumatics. Read the full update.