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Nabaztag is back

Ressurect the first internet-connected bunny !

About the project

If you've missed the first campaign, a new one is online right now!


For our non-french speaking friends, here's a very quick description of what this is about.

So you know who Nabaztag is, right ? The first wifi-connected bunny. Born in 2005, it became a worldwide success with crazy people and Opera.

Crazy people with a rabbit

NabazMob the Worldwide Opera

In november 2018, a part of the original design team at Violet, led by Olivier Mével (the mother of Nabaztag) decided that they will resurrect Nabaztag for Maker Faire Paris. The goal was also to free it from the cloud, a cloud that causes so much suffering in the rabbits lives.

Maker Faire 2018 (Picture by Quentin Chevrier)

Original Nabaztag / New one with the kit

A new board (a Raspberry Hat) to control the hardware was designed and Paul Guyot (Violet's CTO, now CEO of Semiocast) re-wrote part of the services in Python and voilà ! Nabazta was alive at Maker Faire Paris 2018. The enthusiasm and the energy of everyone seeing the Nabaztag alive convinced us to produce more boards to save all the rabbits. That's our (corporate) vision. 

So to achieve that, we worked during a few months (on our leisure time) and after a couple of prototypes we decided it was time to launch the production (so that we can go on vacations during the manufacturing). 

That's why we're here. To know how much we need to manufacture those bunny life saving boards.


This is the TagTagTag  kit

Installation of the kit is made in two steps :

  • Flash the image on the SD card (you know how to do this, right ?)
  • Install the new board in the rabbit. Here's a quick video (in french but subtitled).


Once this is done, you need to enter your Wifi credentials and you can begin setting up the services with a browser.

As of today, here are the services available (you need to check the repository for language support) :

  • Weather
  • Surprise
  • Clock
  • Taï-chi
  • Guru (never released service !)
  • Ear communication
  • Local speech recognition

We guess more services will be available, code is open source !


TagTagTag is what is called in the Raspberry Pi word a "hat". Here are the main components (Schematics are here) :

In termes of software, everything is in Python and available here.


What are the funds for?

We're doing this campaign to know how much TagTagTag boards we need to produce. 

Attention shoppers ! This will probably a one-batch project, so get one while you can !

Three options :

  • TagTagTag board alone : this is the custom board (made In France), it interfaces with the motors and has the LEDS, microphones, audio codec and a socket for the Raspberry Pi Zero WH. This is the option for people who owns already a Raspberry Pi and a micro SD card (or want to buy them cheaper elesewhere).
  • TagTagTag kit : in this kit you'll find the TagTagTag board, a Raspberry Pi Zero WH, a 16GB microSD card and a funny screwdriver. All in one.
  • A ressurected Nabaztag : this is for people who don't have a rabbit and don't have time to find one (and can afford this luxury).

Please not that this is a DIY product supported by volunteers.

About the project owner


This project has been initiated by Olivier Mével, co-founder of Enero and mother of Nabaztag.

With :

  • Paul Guyot
  • Marc Chareyron
  • Hugo Balette-Pape
  • Sylvie Chanchus
  • Jean-François Kitten
  • Jean-Jacques Birgé
  • Antoine Schmitt
  • Maylis Puyfaucher
  • Pierre-Rudolph Gerlach
  • And Maker Faire Paris !

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