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TRILL: Touch Sensing for Makers

A project in London, UK by Bela
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Precise and easy-to-use touch sensors for crafting beautiful interactions.
Backers: 412
Average Pledge Per Backer: £62

Funded: £25,375 of £3,000
Dates: Sep 16th -> Oct 18th (33 days)
Project By: Bela
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Latest News

The Final Stretch!

October 17th - via: kickstarter.com
Less than 24hrs to go until the end of the campaign! Don't miss your chance to get your hands on the Trill sensors before anybody else. These introductory Trill prices will not be available after the campaign ends so don't miss your chance to pledge... (Read More)

48hrs to go on the Trill Campaign

October 16th - via: kickstarter.com
The Trill campaign ends this Friday October 18 at 5pm UK time in just 48hrs! Thank you for the incredible support so far, which has brought us to over 700% of our target. All of our backers can now choose from 5 different types of sensor:  Trill... (Read More)

Stretch Goal #2 Reached: TRILL RING now available!

October 10th - via: kickstarter.com
Today we passed the £18k mark meaning that Trill Ring, our second stretch goal, has now been unlocked! Thank you everyone for your support! All backers will now be able to choose from five different types of sensor for their rewards! Namely Trill... (Read More)

Bela Gets a New IDE that's Perfect for Working with Trill

October 9th - via: kickstarter.com
Trill is brought to you by the team behind Bela, the open-source platform for beautifully responsive interaction. Today we are thrilled to announce the launch of the new Bela IDE. Our new IDE includes vast improvements to our previous IDE, and two... (Read More)

14 days to go! 550% funded!

October 4th - via: kickstarter.com
With two weeks of our Kickstarter campaign to go, we'd like to thank everyone for the magnificent support so far! In the past couple of weeks Trill has had some great coverage in the media, being featured on Hackaday, Hackster, Makezine, Matrixsynth,... (Read More)

Euro-Trill: Touch Sensing for Modular Synthesisers

September 27th - via: kickstarter.com
As we we come to the end of the second week we're delighted to say that we've just pushed over the 500% mark! Thank you everyone for your support so far! Today we also launched a post showcasing Euro-Trill which brings the Trill sensors into the... (Read More)

Stretch Goal #1 Reached: TRILL HEX now available!

September 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
Yesterday we passed the £12k mark meaning that our first stretch goal, Trill Hex, has now been unlocked! Thank you everyone! Our backers will now be able to choose from four different types of sensor for their rewards, Trill Bar, Trill Square,... (Read More)

Working with Trill Craft: Helen Leigh's Circuit Sculptures

September 19th - via: kickstarter.com
As we approach the end of day 4 of our campaign, we'd like to share with you some of the incredible work that has already been made with the Trill sensors. Helen Leigh is an educator, writer, hacker and artist and was one of the first people outside... (Read More)

Target smashed! Announcing Stretch Goals

September 17th - via: kickstarter.com
We reached our funding goal within hours yesterday. Thank you so much to all our enthusiastic backers! We're now excited to announce two Stretch Goals for the Trill campaign. Currently our backers will choose from three Trill sensors for their... (Read More)

Funded on Day 1!

September 16th - via: kickstarter.com
The Trill campaign is off to a great start: we reached our funding goal in just over 2 hours, and it's still going strong! A huge thank you to all our supporters, including everyone who has helped spread the word about Trill and Bela. This is just... (Read More)

TRILL touch sensors for makers

September 16th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
Developers, makers and electronic enthusiasts may be interested in a new range of touch sensors called TRILL. (Read More)

Trill, Touch Sensing for Makers

September 16th - via: blog.hackster.io
Now there’s another touch sensor on the block—brought to you by the people that brought you the Bela, and the Bela Mini—they’re called Trill, and the folks are Belo.io are currently raising on Kickstarter. (Read More)

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