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Introducing the platform

Anemone is an open platform which allows you to experiment with Internet of Things. Try it now! Or head over our docs to learn more without signing up.

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DIY open hardware device


Application logic is defined in drag & drop flow

Ruby on Rails based web app


Unity based mobile app

mobile client


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Button Tentacle is a fully Open Hardware low-cost device based on NodeMCU v2. It allows you to trigger action using a physical button. See the docs and 360 video.

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Display Tentacle is a cute Open Hardware low-cost device based on NodeMCU v2 and 128x64 OLED i2c Display. It allows you to read data on a physical display. See the docs and 360 video.

Anemone 3

BigClown Tentacles are our industry ready tentacle's line based on the awesome BigClown maker kit. Support for the BigClown Tentacles is coming soon. You can download cute 3D printable cases and 360 video.


With Mr. Cloud you know the state of all of your flows and tentacles very easily. Read more about Mr. Cloud.


Anemone Flow Editor allows you to create and adjust flows in a friendly drag & drop manner. Read more about Anemone Flow Editor.


You will find more information about the platform architecture in our documentation. Explore platform documentation.

Mobile 1

Anemone mobile client allows you to have all your flows always at hand, no matter where you are.

Mobile 2

You can interact with the selected flow very easily. Data can be also entered or seen very easily.

Mobile 3

Anemone mobile client is available both for iOS (coming soon) and Android. You can download it from AppStore or Play Store.


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Flows: connect web APIs, physical devices and mobile app by drag and drop

Anemone flows are small online apps created by drag & drop flow based programming and JavaScript. They can connect various APIs, physical devices (like Tentacles) and our mobile app. Find more about flows.