Curious citizen scientists all over the world want to detect, record, and monitor data from the environment in which they live. Recently, we’ve seen several stories of citizen scientists coming together on research projects. But all too often, these projects are limited by the available data-gathering tools and the difficulty of using them. This limits what citizen scientists can do.

Sensything aims to break these barriers by providing access to high-performance sensors that require only minimal electronics knowledge, while still providing all the features a serious hardware developer could want. With Sensything, you do not have to know how to interface multiple sensors, solder, or even breadboards to do citizen science or experiment and learn with Physical Computing. Just get hacking and measure what you want.

Sensything lets a biomedical engineer, a student, a scientist, or even a surgeon interface field-specific sensors with minimal effort. Before Sensything, prototyping something like this would involve multiple boards, sensors, and breakout boards along with the complexity involved in making all of these work together. Sensything eliminates all this complexity. Add to this the ability to connect to Wi-Fi or a Bluetooth App, and you can see how Sensything is a complete sensor-to-UI solution on a single board.