chumby is a Wi-Fi enabled content delivery device designed to be used around the home to display real-time information. It is fully open source to allow its hardware, software, and housing to be modified and customized by its users.

Primary features include an ARM-based microcontroller running Linux, a 3 1/2 inch, 320 x 240 pixel QVGA TFT LCD with integrated touchscreen, stereo speakers, an internal resistive bend sensor (for squeeze-based user interface features), and external headphone and USB connectors. chumby combines rigid electronics with a soft and malleable exterior, creating an appearance similar to a plush toy. chumby was discontinued in 2013, but there is still an active community for the device.

Grand Idea Studio contributed to chumby's electrical design, mechanical engineering, and housing assembly processes.