zGlue, a New Way to Build Hardware?

A “typical” ZiP chip. (📷: zGlue)
zOrigin’s ZGLZ1BA ZiP underside (left) and exposed top (right). (📷: zGlue)
The zOrigin, raising now on Crowd Supply. (📷: zGlue)

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