What is BITalino? Is it for you?


BITalino is a low-cost toolkit to learn and prototype applications using body signals.

It's for students, teachers, makers, artists, researchers, corporate R&D... no electrical skills required!

(r)evolution

Board Kit BT

The one and only
standard toolkit with
our awesome all-in-one board.

Eur 149,00

+ taxes, shipping and customs
(if applicable)

(r)evolution

Freestyle Kit BT

We break out all the blocks
for you to make custom
designs fast & easy.

Eur 159,00

+ taxes, shipping and customs
(if applicable)

(r)evolution

Plugged Kit BT

All the goodies + 1m cable and plugs
interchangeable with our sensors and your custom sensor designs.

Eur 169,00

+ taxes, shipping and customs
(if applicable)

 

OpenSignals

Our signature
software for real-time
data visualization and recording.

FREE Download

(r)evolution

Board Kit BLE

The one and only
standard toolkit with
our awesome all-in-one board.

Eur 179,00

+ taxes, shipping and customs
(if applicable)

(r)evolution

Freestyle Kit BLE

We break out all the blocks
for you to make custom
designs fast & easy.

Eur 189,00

+ taxes, shipping and customs
(if applicable)

(r)evolution

Plugged Kit BLE

All the goodies + 1m cable and plugs
interchangeable with our sensors and your custom sensor designs.

Eur 199,00

+ taxes, shipping and customs
(if applicable)

 

R-IoT Kit

A full-featured
9DoF wireless IMU
in a stamp-sized package.

Eur 99,00

+ taxes, shipping and customs
(if applicable)

Check Out Our Complete Catalogue

  • Quick Start
  • APIs
  • Examples
  • 3D Printing

Quick Start

So your BITalino has arrived and you can't wait to start, right? The Quick Start Guide is the best way to do it. You can also check the welcome card, which has some easy steps to get you on track.

BITalino Manual

All the technical stuff you need to know about your BITalino is in BITalino 101. If you're looking for the OpenSignals software guide you can get it here.

APIs

Python, Java, Android, LabView, C#, RaspberryPi, Matlab, Unity3D, and growing...

Examples

Simple yet cool examples to get inspired: Android Example, HeartBIT, MuscleBIT, FlowerBIT...

3D Printing

These 3D Printing models The community has been hard a work to bring you incredibly awesome models printable in any desktop 3D printer; check them out!
If you have a creation of your own, feel free to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. a .STEP or .STL file; we’ll be happy to share it with the corresponding credits.

  • Contact
  • Forum
  • FAQ

Contact

If you have any comments or questions regarding BITalino products or this web site, please consider taking a look at the convenient frequently asked questions (FAQ) or the forum, which is probably the best place to start.
If you still can't find any answers in any of those places feel free to write to us: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Forum

You should use the forum whenever you need to ask for new features, troubleshoot your projects or just to send kudos to someone. There's a lot going on the forum all the time and maybe some of your questions are already being answered or were already solved. If you want to take a look just follow this path.

FAQ

There are some questions that people ask us with some frequency. We have prepared a FAQ list for you and we hope that you can find the answers you are looking for there.

Media

Over the years BITalino has been featured in a number of magazines, blogs and other media outlets... in this page you'll find a selection of articles, biotech and biomedical news talking about our signature do-it-yourself, easy-to-use and affordable toolkits. MAKE Magazine, WIRED, IEEE Pulse, TechCrunch, PSFK, Engadget, Atmel Blog and OpenSource.com are just a few examples of places and medias where BITalino biomedical equipments have been featured.

These guys are talking quite a BIT about us!

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What?

Where?

"... perfect for transforming your body into input."

Make
makezine.com

"BITalino can be used for professional prototype production..."

El blog del Bioingeniero
elblogdelbioingeniero.wordpress.com

“... letting people build their own health monitoring medical devices that are often not even available from manufacturers.”

MedGadget
medgadget.com

"You can immediately take advantage of the incredible amount of effort the makers (and users) of the project have put into documentation and support."

Make
makezine.com

Bringing a modular biosignal toolkit to market

IEEE Pulse
pulse.embs.org

“BITalino (r)evolution may be slightly larger than a smartphone, but it is a true wearable technology laboratory.”

Future Behind
futurebehind.com

“Two years after launching the first BITalino boards, PLUX enters the final stretch for the launch of the (r)evolution version.”

Exame Informática Magazine
exameinformatica.sapo.pt

“... enables Makers to quickly bring projects entailing body signals and quantified self wearable devices to life...”

Atmel
blog.atmel.com

Body boards: A guide for wearable microcontrollers

Make
makezine.com

“BITalino’s Next-Gen Sensors Squeeze the Costs
of Building Connected Health Apps”

TechCrunch
techcrunch.com

“Open hardware sensor BITalino for cool projects”

opensource .com
opensource.com

“Build your own self-monitoring device with BITalino”

Atmel
blog.atmel.com

“BITalino Arduino Body Tracking Development Board Unveiled”

Geeky Gadgets
geeky-gadgets.com

“BITalino Helps You Build Your Own Body Monitoring Device”

MedGadget
medgadget.com

“The Portuguese contingent are killing it this spring”

Wired
wired.com

"Assemble personal diagnostic tools with this DIY kit"

Wired UK
wired.co.uk

“… quicker & easier to build medical devices & health tracker apps”

TechCrunch
techcrunch.com

“DIY toolkit turns people’s bodies into data-tracking machines”

PSFK
psfk.com

“… designed for researchers and students alike to explore the physiological world..."

Make
makezine.com

“...a microcontroller board for quirky and serious projects alike"

Engadget
engadget.com

“What if you could make your own body signals monitor?"

MedGadget
medgadget.com

“Until recently, these types of sensors would have been horrendously expensive..."

EE Times
eetimes.com

“A platform for healthcare hardware hacking"

O'Reilly Radar
radar.oreilly.com

“DiY self-tracking…”

The Scientist
the-scientist.com

“… il kit per costruire biosensori fai-da-te”

Wired Italia
wired.it

“Hack your health”

The New Zealand Herald
nzherald.co.nz

“Control drones like a Jedi”

Golem DE
golem.de

“… a very clever design of the integrated circuits and overall circuit design”

Exame Informática Magazine
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