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Arduberry: Unite Raspberry Pi and Arduino

A project in Arlington, VA by Dexter Industries

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Arduberry unites Arduino shields and the Raspberry Pi with a simple, inexpensive hardware solution. Slide on, copy your code, and go.
Backers: 672
Average Pledge Per Backer: $45

Funded: $30,006 of $1,540
Dates: Jan 16th -> Feb 15th (30 days)
Project By: Dexter Industries
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Latest News

Arduberry Project on Instructables Contest!

February 7th - via:
Earlier this week we posted about our Arduberry Airhorn Project.  We put the project up on Instructables, and entered it into the Raspberry Pi Contest.  The Arduberry Project is one of 18 finalists! Vote Arduberry! If you're an Instructables... (Read More)

Full Funding, Project Example, Updated Design and Stretch Goals

February 4th - via:
This project is fully funded and has grown way beyond our original plans!  We're really fired up about how the community has responded!  Thank you for being a part of it! Project Example: The Backer AlertFirst, we wanted to share a project we put... (Read More)

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