The FLORA, announced by Adafruit Industries on Friday, is a small, fabric-friendly wearable circuit board for DIY projects
The FLORA was designed to be both user and fabric-friendly
The FLORA can apparently power "a large quantity" of RGB LED pixels
A new platform for wearable electronics, known as the FLORA, was announced by its creators Adafruit Industries on Friday. Essentially a small, round, fabric-friendly circuit board that looks a little like a flower, the FLORA will, when ready, be launched with a variety of accessories and software. These will include, we gather, controllers for iPhone, iPad and Android hardware. The FLORA is ripe for wearable DIY electronics projects: announced modules include Bluetooth, GPS, 3-axis accelerometer, compass, and, intriguingly, OLED.
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