Percussa was first known for their AudioCubes, literally glowing cubes that acted as tone sources and audio processors and changed the character of the sound based on relative position. Now they're working on something of a more familiar form factor but ostensibly much more powerful: the SSP Super Signal Processor.
It's a digital wavetable synth-plus-DSP module based on the quad-core ARM Cortex 17 CPU, one of the most powerful available for embedded audio applications. This, combined with multiple audio and CV ins and outs with high-quality converters, let it play the role of what would normally be several digital Eurorack modules at once.
Exhaustive details about it synthesizer modes, audio effects, and delivery schedule are on the company's Kickstarter crowd-funding page. As are a handful of great video demos, from which we can gather it sounds excellent. Good news for skeptics, too: They've already surpassed their initial funding goal of $20,000.