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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 hothothot.com, one of the earliest e-commerce web sites, which launched two months before Amazon.com.

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
2 weeks ago
Windows Media Center status light with blink(1) USB RGB LED https://t.co/fQPwVDRV1D https://t.co/MkqW2eV3qP
2 weeks ago
blink1-status-hub NodeJs HTTP REST API server https://t.co/vuugTF3BDW https://t.co/6N1fevTBIT
2 weeks ago
Integrating blink(1) w/ Hspec Haskell Testing Framework https://t.co/kjvI0GnoR9 https://t.co/Ifbom0uwJ7
2 months ago
RT @todbot: Wow @MakerShed has @thingm blink(1) USB LEDs for 50%, today only! https://t.co/AkY9lfu0ua
3 months ago
@Drucifer21 thanks. Yes we discovered it about the same time as your tweet. Think we have it fixed, we're watching it
3 months ago
Valentine's Day 30% off blink(1) USB LEDs w/"vday2016" @ https://t.co/z5u7YoapEe Show your computer that you love it https://t.co/JIWldtqoRg
3 months ago
@bricelambs @Raspberry_Pi @WindowsIoT Hi Brice, this is great! Mind if we add your example to the blink1 github repo?
3 months ago
Nice overview of blink(1) USB LED on Sitepoint https://t.co/xcfnAPmZgN https://t.co/rjAXwfCyeX
3 months ago
Ambient Wind Energy Indicator using Node-RED and blink(1) USB LED https://t.co/uNtV5JdyNh https://t.co/g6217KSvLw
3 months ago
New blink(1) IFTTT channel soon https://t.co/xeXvJNSHif https://t.co/W7g7MrZoT0
3 months ago
Wow, @MakerShed has blink(1) on sale this weekend for $19! https://t.co/rVmwrhJjsX
3 months ago
Hi! If you're a blink(1) customer & use IFTTT w/ Blink1Control, expect a msg from @IFTTT about a blink1 channel update & recipe changes
4 months ago
RT @burner: Text us at (310) 879-1899 to enter our free drawing for a @thingm #blink1 LED! Learn more at https://t.co/17AdO346MO https://t.…
5 months ago
5 months ago
busStatus.js: blink(1) Node.js bus notification on RasPi https://t.co/6m5OLUQ4Ts https://t.co/oiMn47Liag
5 months ago
luablink: Lua library for blink(1) https://t.co/WhWKn10brH https://t.co/dqMor65J0n
5 months ago
RT @todbot: Get 25% a blink(1) notification light today only from @MakerShed https://t.co/AkY9lfu0ua
6 months ago
6 months ago
Spooky BlinkM projects by John Park https://t.co/f5HkXmcjo0
6 months ago
Ambient sentiment: IBM Watson language analysis, Slack, & blink(1) USB LEDs https://t.co/Xc0ehxDIUw https://t.co/w0vVXTPbvn

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