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Kickstarter – Great… but limited to US and UK


A great concept – Kickstarter

Sadly, from the page:

“Am I eligible to start a Kickstarter project?
Creating projects is currently open to US and UK creators over the age of 18 (see full details). Businesses, nonprofits, and other organizations can also use Kickstarter to fund their creative projects. We’re working hard to open up to more countries. If you’ve been waiting, we really appreciate your patience. Please note that anyone, anywhere (with a major credit or debit card) can pledge to Kickstarter projects.”

E-Ink Display for Any Microprocessor. A Kickstarter Project

Easy to use, quick connecting,  E-Ink display module various applications.

“The product contains an E-Ink display, display driver components and microController in one easy to use package.

They are available in three display sizes.

Bitmap graphics and text are placed on the display in the size, font and position desired.

Control is with SPI, Serial or I2C ports.

The ePs works standalone or controlled by a uController and operates on 3 to 16 VDC.

The medium and large ePS circuit board is suitable for securing in a project box or even plugging into the top of an Arduino shield stack.”

Project page:

or in a unshortened form:


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