MOSS - The Dynamic Robot Construction Kit

A project in Boulder, CO by Modular Robotics
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Build your own robots with MOSS! Simple, fun, magnetic robot construction kits. No coding, no wires, oodles of configurations!
Backers: 1577
Average Pledge Per Backer: $229

Funded: $361,179 of $100,000
Dates: Nov 7th -> Dec 11th (35 days)
Project By: Modular Robotics
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Latest News

One week to go. And programming!

December 4th - via: kickstarter.com
Woot!  We hit our second stretch goal and that means that we'll be shipping out all of the T-shirts soon after the campaign ends instead of in February.  If you're giving MOSS as a holiday gift, we thought this would be pretty cool.  A T-shirt is... (Read More)

Stretch Goal #1 Unlocked!

November 29th - via: kickstarter.com
Congratulations! Thanks to your support, we've raised enough resources to push harder on our mobile app development schedule. Modular Robotics is working to have four great core applications ready near launch. The apps are MOSS Control, MOSS Sketch,... (Read More)

Build Any Robot You Want, No Programming Required

November 28th - via: mashable.com
Modular Robotics is about to release robot-building kits that let you construct any kind of android you want, no programming required. (Read More)

Mod Robotics creates buzz on Kickstarter

November 22nd - via: bcbr.com
BOULDER, CO – Modular Robotics Inc. would have launched its new Moss robot-construction kits with or without a Kickstarter.com crowdfunding campaign. The four-year-old company already had landed $3 million in Foundry Group venture funding last summer, so raising startup funds wasn’t the issue. (Read More)

Stretch Goals and Expansion Packs!

November 19th - via: kickstarter.com
Good Morning Everyone! It's been a great two weeks so we have two campaign announcements! Number One, "By popular demand": Many backers have asked about purchasing extra MOSS modules with their pledges. Thanks to all of your support, we now have the... (Read More)

WOW! Thank You!

November 8th - via: kickstarter.com
Wow! Just wow.... We are thrilled to have the support of over 650 MOSS backers! In only 12 short hours, your support has rocketed us past our $100,000 goal. From the bottom of our little robot hearts... THANK YOU!! All this attention is incredibly... (Read More)

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