San Francisco,  United States    Website
ThingM is a device studio. We design and manufacture ubiquitous computing / Internet of Things products that combine user experience design expertise with a deep knowledge of cutting-edge technologies. We create useful tools for designers and innovative products for everyone else.

Our specialty is making everyday things from the near future.

ThingM principals Mike Kuniavsky and Tod E. Kurt are leading experts in the fields of hardware and software user experience, web technology development and consumer robotics. They have been collaborating on projects since 1994, when they created, one of the earliest e-commerce web sites, which launched two months before

Our expertise with agile and flexible development strategies, bold technology choices and innovative user-centered design serves as a framework for all ThingM projects.

We prefer to explore ideas first without the constraints of technological limitations, before we create technologies to address those limitations. Our Technology SketchesTM document that process, the kinds of ideas we have, and how we develop them.
Latest From @thingm
RT @florian_markert: @thingm RC-Car with #blink1 at and #jetbus interface for the #RaspberryPi
3 days ago
node-blink1-server for HTTP-to-blink1 fun
3 days ago
Continuous IoT Software Releases (w/ blink(1)!)
3 days ago
Polar Heart Rate Monitor and blink(1) w/ Octoblu
3 days ago
RT @pcarey: These @thingm blink1 devices are tons of fun:
3 days ago
ThingM joins OSHWA as supporting member
3 weeks ago
Blink1Control v1.98 released: mail updates, wake/sleep fixes
4 weeks ago
RT @mikekuniavsky: Sketching in Hardware 2015 presentations from amazing people now on Dropbox:…
4 weeks ago
RT @todbot: Hey!, blink(1) USB lights 15% off all weekend!
Control blink(1) with the flick of your wrist w/ Myo armband
IoT Scavenger hunt w/ Raspberry Pi & blink(1)
Take a 15% load off blink(1) for Labor Day
@jlucchesi @Raspberry_Pi yes, the blink(1)s plug into a powered USB hub, which then goes to the RPi
Team status with blink(1), Raspberry Pi & IFTTT
@kscope15hunt thanks! Your Smart Scanner is awesome
@peacechicken Hi! Yes, blink(1) requires a USB host like a PC/Mac, Raspberry Pi, or Arduino Yun
@kscope15hunt this looks really neat! Do you have more info on how you used blink(1)s for this?
3 months ago
blink(1) notification LED solstice sale! 15% off w/ code “solstice2015” blink up your summer!
4 months ago
@Frogonastring Hi! Send us an email at blink1 at and we'll arrange a replacement for you
4 months ago
Easy blink(1) desktop mount


Linkedin Details

Like what you see?
Follow ThingM   or get in touch:

More Details     [email protected]