There's not a whole lot here yet, but we'll be adding more and more content as I get ready for my Kickstarter project, hopefully summer 2014.
I've been working on this project off and on for the last four years and it's almost ready. The Bubblelight is 288 RGB LEDs controlled by an Arduino-compatible ARM chip all wrapped up in a custom CNC milled box.
I need more boards for development but all of T.I.'s are either out of stock or weirdly overpriced, and I've seen several designs for breakout boards but none actually built yet... so I decided to roll my own: https://github.com/cmagagna/CC3000-Breakout-Board
WiFi for an Arduino's been around for a while now, but it seems like all the solutions so far have been
Texas Instruments solves this problem with the CC3000, which promises cheap WiFi for the masses. The problem was their published library only works with their chips, and I like Arduino-land.
I just got my first Teensy 3.0 board. 128K Flash, 16K RAM, 38 IO pins, Arduino compatible....what's not to love?