Zach Fredin and Joe Burdo of NeuroTinker entered NeuroBytes in the 2015 Hackaday Prize and were named a Best Product Finalist:
NeuroBytes are stamp-sized electronic neuron models that can be freely connected to form complex and biologically representative neural circuits. The NeuroBytes platform is currently in its fourth prototype generation with approximately 100 individual elements built to date, along with numerous accessories that help constructed networks interface with the real world.
The NeuroTinker website highlights the many iterations of NeuroBytes:
Zach spoke at the Hackaday Superconference last November about “the process of going from prototype to 100-unit production”: