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Become a sponsor and get your logo on our website tessel.io and on our README on Github with a link to your site.

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Top financial contributors

1
Mathew Potter

$650 USD since Feb 2018

2
Nick Hehr

$380 USD since Jun 2016

3
Tim Ryan

$255 USD since Apr 2017

4
Andrew Hoff

$100 USD since Oct 2018

5
Alberto Cole

$60 USD since Apr 2017

6
Jason Penny

$40 USD since Oct 2018

7
Kelsey Breseman

$27.95 USD since Mar 2018

8
Lincoln Clarete

$14 USD since Jun 2018

9
Junjie Huang

$0.5 USD since Dec 2016

Tessel is all of us

Our contributors 16

Thank you for supporting Tessel.

Nick Hehr

Admin

$380 USD

Jon McKay

Core Contributor

Mathew Potter

Backers

$650 USD

great project

Tim Ryan

Backers

$255 USD

Andrew Hoff

$100 USD

Love that Teasel is helping to make IoT develop...

Alberto Cole

Backers

$60 USD

Jason Penny

Backers

$40 USD

Kelsey Breseman

Backers

$28 USD

Budget


Transparent and open finances.

Monthly financial contribution to Tessel

Credit from Tim Ryan to Tessel

+$5.00USD
Completed
Contribution #2502
Monthly financial contribution to Tessel

Credit from Tim Ryan to Tessel

+$5.00USD
Completed
Contribution #2502
Monthly financial contribution to Tessel

Credit from Tim Ryan to Tessel

+$5.00USD
Completed
Contribution #2502
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Today’s balance

$951.36 USD

Total raised

$1,277.07 USD

Total disbursed

$325.71 USD

Estimated annual budget

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About


Tessel is a completely open source and community-driven IoT and robotics development platform. Build fast with Node.js, then optimize the hardware and build thousands.

Tessel encompasses development boards, hardware module add-ons, and the software that runs on them.

One common misconception is that Tessel is a company. We're not! We're just a collection of (unpaid) people who find it worthwhile to spend our time building towards the Tessel Project mission.

What's a Tessel?

Our website tessel.io should give you an overview of the hardware we build. You can see examples of things people have built on Tessel on our projects page.

Our team