Neko Ghost, Jump! A Unique 2D/3D Puzzle-Platformer

Modular Control Panel for Microprocessor Devices

A project in West Chester, PA by Rich DeAngelis

Funding Successful

A kit or finished assembly to make easy control/user interfaces for Arduino-like projects. Flexible and affordable.
Backers: 29
Average Pledge Per Backer: $60

Funded: $1,739 of $1,200
Dates: Jan 31st -> Mar 4th (32 days)
Project By: Rich DeAngelis
consolegizmoseducationalhome automationraspberry piarduino +Suggest

Suggest Tags

Begin typing to search or pick from a list. You can add multiple tags at the same time!
Saving your suggestions...
Suggestion Saved Successfully
Thank you for your help! The Kicktraq gnomes will get to work on your suggestions very soon.

Please keep in mind not all suggestions may be used, and repeated re-submissions may result in being rejected automatically (and we don't want that to happen).

If you have any questions, have a good idea for a tag, or a more in-depth suggestion - please feel free to let us know!

Hrm... something went wrong.
Hey, bad things happen to the best of us. Don't worry, the gnomes have been dispatched. Maybe try again in a little while.



current pledge level
Last Updated: March 4 @ 00:31 -0500 GMT


of goal
funding period ended


trending toward
Trends are not projections.


of goal

(loading your very own snazzy kicktraq chart)

(loading your very own snazzy kicktraq chart)

(loading your very own snazzy kicktraq chart)

(loading your very own snazzy kicktraq chart)

(loading your very own snazzy kicktraq chart)

Now you can share!

Help your backers reach your daily goals and help others see how you're doing. It's easy, with Kicktraq Mini.

Here are a few quick snippits of code you can use to embed your personalized widget on your website, in your blog, and even on your favorite forum.

HTML for websites & blogs

BBCode for forums
Copy BBCode

Reddit code for... well, Reddit
Copy Reddit Code

Special Note: Kickstarter recently disabled remote embedding for images on project pages, so embedding code doesn't work on project pages (yet) - just everywhere else.

You can read more about it here.
Latest News

Never give up! A case for the 8300 is now available.

March 1st - via:
I've been busy as a beaver rounding out the options for the 8300 "Navigator" panel like I have for the 4820 "Copilot" panel.  I am now at this last minute able to introduce the: "8300 Enclosure" Enclosure for the 8300 "Navigator" Basically, this is... (Read More)

The 8300 Control Panel - an alternate layout - is now ready for manufacturing!

February 27th - via:
Good news:  I just received the printed circuit boards from the vendor for the new 8300 control panel.  I built one up, tested it on the bench, and it is working fine.  Since I have all the parts in stock already, this is no longer a concept, but... (Read More)

8300 Control Panel Cover Plate is here

February 22nd - via:
Remember the 8300 Control Panel?  That was the new version of control panel that had the Up/Down/Left/Right buttons.  I have completed the machined aluminum panel design and submitted it to the machine shop, and I can now announce that it too has... (Read More)

Still going...not quite there yet. A few FYI's for the record.

February 21st - via:
Item #1: I neglected to mention that for the $122US pledge, which is rewarded with a Machined Front Panel and the aluminum box, I will include the 2 aluminum knobs in that reward. So if you want the box, panel, knobs AND the 4820 Control Panel PCB,... (Read More)

Angelis Electronics Introduces a Custom Case for the 4820

February 17th - via:
First, I want to thank all of my backers who have supported me so far, and I want to offer a pledge to you:  I will do everything I can to give you what you need. After funding is over, I will be able to get the exact details from you.  I will... (Read More)

Angelis Electronics Announces a New Control Panel Layout!

February 11th - via:
Angelis Electronics will now offer an additional form of control panel. Similar to the 4820, the new 8300 panel will use the same type of parts, with the panel devices in a different arrangement. The 8300 board style is more intuitive for control of... (Read More)

Yes, I can ship to Canada, Mexico and Europe!

February 5th - via:
I have been asked about this option, so I looked into it.  I should be able to ship rewards to North America (Canada, Mexico), and European countries.  It would cost about $15 US dollars extra.  Sorry, I can't afford that extra expense, so you... (Read More)

Thank you all and more on the way...

February 1st - via:
I want to thank each and every one of you: THANK YOU!  I am glad to know there are those out there who believe in this. I really need to spread the word to make sure I can get 100% funding. I am currently working on an open-source (free) software... (Read More)

If you have additional news that doesn't appear here, shoot us a link!