Created by Maker Mohsin Farooq, SuperDuino is a coin cell operated, Arduino-compatible board with a built-in 1.7-inch color display and a three-axis accelerometer.
Recently launched on Kickstarter, the board is powered by an ATmega328 MCU and as you can see below, is suitable match for a wide-range of DIY games, gadgets and wearable devices.
Designed for experienced engineers, hobbyists and students alike, SuperDuino comes with a series of tutorials which can be used to create anything from a temperature or humidity controller, to a capacitance or frequency meter, to a smartwatch, to a talking clock, to a digital logical analyzer, to even a game controller for Flappy Bird or Bricks Breaker.
You can add on features like speakers, microSD readers, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi connectivity to the SuperDuino as well.
Those wishing to learn more can check out its official Kickstarter page, where the team is currently seeking £1,000. With several days remaining in its campaign, SuperDuino has already surpassed its funding goal.
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