Each block or tag is able to communicate wirelessly, and the kit comes with the "MESH Canvas app", which enables the user to add functionality by drawing lines between each tag. In addition to making money from selling kits, the team are also clearly aiming to build a community around the MESH. According to their Indiegogo campaign, users will be able to share their inventions online with other MESH users.
You can pre-order your own kit, but the Advanced Sets are already sold out. The early bird deal for a standard kit is, however still available, costing $105 (£70) each, RRP will be $119 (£80). The estimated shipping date is May 2015.