The lights are on
Using a barebones Arduino circuit board, a tiny OLED screen, a Piezo speaker and capacitive buttons, Kevin Bates has made a video game player the size of a card. It is only 1.6mm thick.
Bates hopes to sell the Arduboy for $30 and launch a kickstarter for it in the coming weeks. The Arduboy is programmable, and Bates plans to upload video tutorials on how to do so. To find out more about the Arduboy and Bates's plans for it, you can learn about it here.
[via Boing Boing]
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