The Tangible Wireless IMUz (Inertial Measurement Unit), are wireless motion sensors. They're optimized to be ultra low power and tiny, 1 in x 1 in (2.5 cm x 2.5 cm).
We made it with passion to allow you controlling anything you want (music, motors, light or even fire!) from your objects motion, or your own!
A short presentation is available here:
To make the PCB, you can get the gerbers from the OSHpark widget, or you can get the latest version from upverter:
It's still a prototype but a detailed bill of material is available here:
For a small batch, you might be interested by this awesome german-chinese company:
They charged about $450 to build 10 prototypes, absolutely everything included, even the shipping.
I developed the PCB using Upverter so feel free to fork it and improve it! Similarly, feel free to fork the Github repo and play with the software...
Made in SF - Paris 2013-15
OSH park rendering
Testing bluetooth low energy
Testing the motion sensor
Just testing that we get data from the IMU, here we simply display the value of one accelerometer axis.