(Photo courtesy of MyBell)
We met MyBell’s creator, Peter Pottier, at our first Brooklyn Tech Meetup at Brooklyn Law School. Since then, the device has made a lot of progress, evolving into a system with both sounds and lights. Where previously the device attached to a semi-permanent platform, it’s now built to be strapped on to a bike.
Here’s a photo from MyBell’s website showing some of the product’s iterations:
We reported on the project last year and its plans to seek crowdfunding in the fall, but it took a bit longer to get there, which is not unusual for hardware projects.
Check out MyBell’s official Kickstarter video:
Also, check out this “symphony” video, showing ways a user could play with MyBells:
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