3D Printable Robots DIY Kits Created By BQ - The kits have been created to provide an easy way to assemble your very first robot from scratch and use a Micro-controller ATmega328 for a controller. The 3D printed parts can also be purchased separately if required. | Geeky Gadgets
Combine the Arduino Yún with a TFT Touch Shield to assemble a homemade alarm clock that automatically sets alarms based on calendar events and even emails with the correct code word. And it looks cool too!
SquareWear - open-source microcontroller board. "SquareWear is primarily used for wearable electronics projects, such as reading sensors, controlling LEDs sewed onto fabrics, and sending data to a computer through its USB port. It is low-cost and particularly suitable for beginners of wearable electronic projects or school workshops." Cool!