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Hummingbird Duo: A Robotics Kit for Ages 10 to 110

A project in Pittsburgh, PA by BirdBrain Technologies

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Make and program robots, animatronics, and more with Hummingbird Duo. Duo grows with your abilities, the sky is the limit!
Backers: 255
Average Pledge Per Backer: $165

Funded: $42,074 of $30,000
Dates: May 19th -> Jul 2nd (45 days)
Project By: BirdBrain Technologies
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Latest News

Parts and ISTE

June 26th - via: kickstarter.com
Howdy! We're writing from Hotlanta, where we just arrived for the ISTE conference, the largest educational technology conference in North America. We're attending sessions, taking part in maker oriented workshops, and have a booth (#2962). If you're... (Read More)

The Code Converter + How many robots can one Duo control?

June 20th - via: kickstarter.com
Today we want to share a very exciting development coming out of the CREATE Lab: Cristina Morales at the lab has developed a code converter that takes CREATE Lab Visual Programmer sequences and turns them into functioning Arduino code: The Converter... (Read More)

What a great morning! We're funded!

June 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Today I woke up to my very excited daughter giving me a hug: it's her fifth birthday, and she knows it! Then I went downstairs to the computer and saw the pledges that came in yesterday evening that put our campaign over the top. What a great... (Read More)

So close!

June 6th - via: kickstarter.com
26 days left and we're within striking distance! As soon as the Duo reaches its $30,000 goal we will make arrangements to begin purchasing components with long lead times, so the sooner we get there, the sooner we'll be shipping them out.  Here's a... (Read More)

Hummingbird Duo – A Robotics Kit for Everyone

June 2nd - via: inventtolearn.com
Tom Lauwer, the inventor behind the terrific Hummingbird and Finch robotics kits has announced a new Kickstarter for his latest invention, the Hummingbird Duo. Yes, I know, another Kickstarter – but wait, this one is really really different! (Read More)

FAQs, and Make up Your Own Reward

May 30th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi everybody! We've just posted a number of FAQs based on questions we've gotten over the last two weeks. Check them out at the bottom of the project description!  We've also had requests for combining rewards. Kickstarter doesn't provide a great... (Read More)

Great Beginnings and Cool Projects

May 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
What a week! We're nearly a third of the way to our goal and still have nearly six weeks left in the campaign! Thank you so much for helping us get this far, and please keep spreading the word far and wide! You can bet we're doing our best to let... (Read More)

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