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NeuroBytes: Electronic Neuron Simulators

A project in Minneapolis, MN by NeuroTinker
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Modular electronic neurons designed for ages 12+. Build your own brain with NeuroBytes!
Backers: 140
Average Pledge Per Backer: $242

Funded: $33,924 of $25,000
Dates: Nov 15th -> Dec 15th (30 days)
Project By: NeuroTinker
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Latest News

Less than a day to go! But what if you want a Network Interface Device?

December 14th - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

You Did It!

December 7th - via: kickstarter.com
We've hit our minimum campaign goal of $25,000, and NeuroBytes will become a reality!  Thank you backers, we could not have gotten to this point without you, and we're very excited that you'll be with us for the next step in our neuroscience based... (Read More)

NeuroBytes for NeuroEngineering fun!

December 5th - via: kickstarter.com
NeuroBytes electronic neurons work much the same as those in our own nervous system. Sensory neuron modules respond to light and touch, interneurons process and integrate those signals, and motor neurons produce outputs that can control physical... (Read More)

NeuroBytes Interneurons have memory!

November 29th - via: kickstarter.com
For the almost 100 (!) of you whom have backed our campaign already, a sincere and hearty thank you. We can't make NeuroBytes a reality without you.  Here's a little sneak peak at the memory function that you will be the first to experiment with: ... (Read More)

We're more than halfway to our goal!

November 20th - via: kickstarter.com
A big thank you from Ron, and the rest of the NeuroTinker team! We can't do it without you.     (Read More)

$10k in the first 48 hours!

November 17th - via: kickstarter.com
Thank you all so much for showing us the neuron love! We've reached 40% of our goal in the first 48 hours of our campaign because of you. Please continue to share our story with those whom you think would be interested. I'm also pleased to... (Read More)

Thank you supporters!

November 16th - via: kickstarter.com
Thanks to everyone that got us 1/3 of the way to our goal in the first 24 hours! We can't do it without you. Please continue to share our campaign on social media, email, and word of mouth. We're excited to see what the future holds for our... (Read More)

NeuroBytes Electronic Neuron Simulators Hit Kickstarter

November 16th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
Designed for makers 12 years and above the small pieces of open source hardware allow you to build your own brain that is capable of reacting to different stimuli including light, sound and touch. (Read More)

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