Description: The ProtoSnap series is a new way to prototype your project without a breadboard. Everything is wired together on a single board, which makes it easy to explore the possibilities of the components before snapping them apart and building them into your project.
The ProtoSnap LilyPad Development Board is designed to get you started in the world of e-textiles. Combining a LilyPad Simple Board with other LilyPad components like a buzzer, a vibration motor, an RGB LED, a button, a switch, five LEDs, a light sensor, and a temperature sensor, the ProtoSnap LilyPad Development Board lets you dive right into wearable electronics. When you’ve learned how to program the LilyPad Arduino Simple Board, break apart the components and explore the power of the LilyPad platform.
We’ve made some minor changes since the last revision that make it easier for us to build and easier for you to snap. We haven’t changed anything about the way it works though, don’t worry! This kit does not include a USB cable. You will need a USB mini-B for the FTDI basic. Check below for an appropriate cable if you don’t already have one.
Note: A portion of this sale is given back to Dr. Leah Buechley for continued development and education of e-textiles and also to Arduino LLC to help fund continued development of new tools and new IDE features.
Note: Because of the added battery charging circuitry the Simple is unable to power a device from the FTDI header meaning that the Bluetooth Mate, for instance, is no longer plug'n'play compatible. Please use caution when using this battery in wearable projects. When using conductive thread, a short in the thread can create sparks and heat. We recommend using coin cell batteries for beginners.
Note: Due to the requirements of shipping the battery in this kit, orders may take longer to process and therefore do not qualify for same-day shipping. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
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Based on 4 ratings:
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Comes prewired and the example programs worked with very minor changes. We made our first wearable very quickly and it was very fun! Highly recommend.
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Good starting point into programming. Very fun to mess around with and see the possibilities.
We found lots of tutorials and even found Star Wars theme and Frozeon theme that we can play on our boards. Getting the lights to sync with the notes was a fun program.
I had no experience at all in this kind of do-it-yourself-mick-mack before. I knew how to write some code, and I had some appliances in mind I wanted to develop. It took me a few hours to figure out, and less than a week to build a size one solution. Very good indeed!