By Deane Barker on May 19, 2008

Bug Labs: It’s kind of Legos, but more expensive and iPod-ish.

Bug Labs is a new kind of technology company, enabling a new generation of engineers to tap their creativity and build any type of device they want, without having to solder, learn solid state electronics, or go to China.

You can plug different sensory and interface pieces into each other — an LCD screen, a GPS, a motion detector, etc. — then write code to make them work together.



  1. Yipe — expensive is right! Well, it’ll be great for the ‘Make:’ scene, as people look around to see if there’s a way to save a few $$$ and still do that kind of stuff.

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