Tessel Community Survey
The Tessel Project is a community-driven, open source hardware and software project. In order to continue improving and creating products for folks to build really awesome stuff, we need to know what the people –you!– want to make.
Imagine a new device:
A small, low-powered board which can support sensors and actuators (including Tessel modules). You could use several of these boards in a network, and you’d control them from a central base station to which they are wirelessly connected.
Ideally, what would this device be like? How would you use it?
Do you have a project (or a few) in mind that this is good for?
Yes, I've been waiting for the right device to come along!
Yes, but I can already do this with existing technologies
Yes, I've been trying to do this using existing technologies but have so far been unsatisfied
I haven't thought about it before, but now I have some ideas...
I don't have anything specific in mind, but I would probably try this
This doesn't sound like something I'd be interested in
How many of these little boards would you want to use in a given network?
How far do you expect to communicate with this device?
Up to 32 feet / 10 meters
Up to 65 feet / 20 meters
Up to 160 feet / 50 meters
How would you ideally interact with a network of these low-power boards?
Remote Server (Cloud)
How much would you expect one of these low-power boards to cost?
Tell us about your project ideas!
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