We are 140% funded and there are only 16 hours left of our Indiegogo campaign.
This would’ve not happened without your support. 🙂
By continuing to support our cause you will help us get even more Tinusaur kits to our students.
Not interested in getting a Tinusaur board? You can donate to the project! Our promise: we will spend the money to bring the Tinusaur boards to even more students … as we’ve done it before.
Neither of those is for you? No problem. You could just share our campaign link https://igg.me/at/tinusaur to your social media channels such like Facebook, Twitter, or whatever you prefer.
Just a quick reminder: After the campaign is over the price of the boards, the kits, and the shipping will go slightly up so now is the best time get a bunch them.
Thanks again for your support.
Last week we’ve launched our Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign and, as of a few minutes ago, we’ve reached 1/3-rd of our goal already. 🙂
In case you’re not familiar what the Tinusaur project is about …
A small board with a tiny chip on it that comes as an assembly kit – a small package with parts and you get the chance to learn how to solder it. This circuit is so simple that there are very few things that could go wrong. It’s been around for over 3 years and used in schools and universities to educate young people in both hardware and software. With this campaign, you could help us produce more of the Tinusaur boards, bring the cost down to $3 per basic “lite” board and allow more people to be able to get them.
The Tinusaur boards are powered by the Atmel ATtiny85 microcontroller. You could program your Tinusaur board with the Arduino development environment, or if you chose so – using the plain old C/C++ compiler, or … using whatever you prefer.
The success of this campaign will help us produce our boards and kits in much larger quantities and bring the coast down. That will allow us to have the basic “lite” boards for as little as $3/pcs – that will make them available for even more people.
Help us spread the word – just share it. But, if you like the idea and the project, you could back us up. Here’s the link: https://igg.me/at/tinusaur.
Thanks in advance for your support.
2016 has been a great year!
Over 20 workshops, lectures, seminars, courses. One Indiegogo campaign. Hundreds of people started using the Tinusaur platform.
So, what’s next?
Our Q1 goal: Launch new Indiegogo campaign in February to produce 1000 Tinusaur kits and bring the cost down to $2 per basic kit.
This will make our boards available and affordable for everyone.
Isn’t that great! 🙂
Our focus: Learn+Educate+Make
Split the content into 3:
- For Learners – Learn how to program microcontrollers. Assemble one yourself.
- For Educators – Teach others how to work with microcontrollers. Help them assemble one themselves.
- For Makers – Build things with tiny microcontrollers. Use your creativity under the constraints of the Tinusaur platform and share it with the community.
The Tinusaur Project – ATtiny85 Quick Start Boards
This is the name of our campaign.
And is tarts tomorrow, Friday, February 26th.
Please, HELP us produce more of these boards.
Check also our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/tinusaur/
Yes, you read it correct.
We’re planning an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for the end of this week.
We need some help to produce few hundred or more Tinusaur Boards and Tinusaur Bundles that we will keep in stock at our online store.
It is planned for this Friday, February 26th, 2016.
Like the idea?
Support us this Friday!
It’s official: The Tinusaur Project will be presented at the Maker Faire that is taking place in New York this month – on Sunday, September 21st at 3:15pm on the “Make: Electronics Stage”
Come see us there!
More information is available at this address: http://makerfaire.com/makers/the-tinusaur-project-minimal-microcontroller-platform-to-start-with-learning-and-creating-things/
We are glad to share with you that we’ve been accepted to present the Tinusaur project at the Maker Faire New York on Sept. 20 & 21.
The exact date and time are not known yet but we will post more info here as soon as it become available.
Come see us there!
As you already know we ran out of all the kits at our online store and because we also received a lot of questions when the Tinusaur Starter and Tinusaur Board will be available we decided to allow you to preorder them. This way we’ll know how many of you are actually interested in buying so we’ll order the necessary quantities from our suppliers.
If you decided to preorder please should allow us between 2 and 3 weeks to get all the parts from our suppliers.
If you find The Tinusaur Project useful we would really appreciate you considering a small donation. Please look at the right side bar for more information.
Thank again for you interest and support.