Printoo gives you the luxury of creating paper-thin, flexible, Arduino-compatible units that sync with your creative streak. The technology used here is simple and the process to make successful DIY projects is easy. All it requires from your end is a little bit of resourcefulness. Then, powered-up anything from Balloon Blimps to 3D printed objects using these low-power boards and modules.


The video below showcases the simple steps that lead up to creating an innovative take on the ever-so-fun Balloon Blimp. The range of printed electronics modules in the pipeline, for now, are circuits that were previously unavailable commercially. Home electronic kits have been as simple as the conductive e-ink projects by Bare Conductive, to the comprehensive one like this Printoo.

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What makes these boards stand apart is their flexible composition. Due to their non-rigid stance, it makes it easy to fit them into the 3D printed objects. When we add elements like the Internet and Bluetooth compatibility, the possibilities of usage become endless. For example, if you add the Solar Cell (thin and flexible polymer solar cell) configuration to an object, you can harness the goodness of the sun, to power your object. Motorization of objects and adding sensors is a breeze. The 3D printed Ziphius watercraft with motors and smartphone controls is another great example.

By adding Internet capabilities to the Printoo enabled project, you can control it remotely via apps on your Smartphone. Since all the board designs are open-source, you can use change them up and customize them to your need just like other modular building kits with the addition of having printable, completely flexible components at your disposal.