Bates made use of the OSH Park new flex service, and hiding all the Arduboy components behind the LCD screen, produced a flexible version that’s paper thin. Even the ‘bump’ of the screen is still only 2.5mm thick.
The flexible gaming platform is powered by a single CR2016 battery, which as Bates says “…baaarely has enough juice to run this puppy evidenced by the dim screen.”
You can pick up a regular Arduboy on Adafruit for $49.95 plus shipping. Or if you’ve now got your heart set on a flexible version you might want to grab the Arduboy design files for reference, take a look at OSH Park’s new flexible PCB price list, and follow along on the Arduflexboy community thread. Bates has promised that the design files coming “…soon, which is before eventually.”