After a successfully backed Kickstarter project and four months of assembling thousands of little bits and pieces, it’s official — Teagueduino is finally out in the wild!
But the most exciting part is seeing the Teagueduino community come to life, with over 100 active users in the past 10 days downloading, filming, and sharing their projects for all to enjoy. This is what Teagueduino is really about; people making awesome projects, sharing them with others, and learning along the way.
If you’ve never heard of Teagueduino before, don’t fret. Here’s a quick overview to help you get caught up.
Teagueduino is an open source hardware platform that makes building interactive things super easy. There’s realtime feedback to help you debug and learn, always-valid code creation to reduce frustration, and no soldering required to enable fast experimentation. And when you’ve mastered the basics, Teagueduino is designed to grow with you, transitioning to Arduino and beyond as you progress.
Here’s a quick video showing how to build a simple police car using the Teagueduino and a little bit of craft.
Still not quite sure how it all works? Here’s an in-depth walkthrough of the Teagueduino editor that provides a more informative step-by-step guide for how the board is programmed.
And of course, there’s lots of additional information to check out in the Teagueduino Reference for those curious about how all of the inputs and outputs work, as well as the download page for links to all of the Teagueduino source code, schematics, and specifications.
Wish you could just click a button and buy your very own Teagueduino? We do, too! We’re still looking for open source hardware partners, but keep an eye on the buy page for the latest news on how that unfolds.
Thanks to everyone who has supported the project so far. We’ll keep working hard to make Teagueduino better and better. In the meantime, if you have thoughts drop us a line on the discussions page.
It’s great to watch this new community of makers come together and create awesome things. We can’t wait to see what you’ll make next!