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TinyCircuits for big projects with small open hardware needs

Posted 21 Mar 2014 by 

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In celebration of Opensource.com's Open Hardware Week, this week they interview guest Lauren Egts about her story for Opensource.com on TinyCircuits—a maker of miniturized open hardware for big projects that need small parts... like, a cat GPS tracker using the TinyDuino. Instructions at MAKE magazine.

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kriszzilla
Open Source Evangelist

I'm waiting for this hardware to reach the Philippines. Hope it can reach my country soon.

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DGShow
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Cool! What do you plan to build?

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kriszzilla
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Hi! I'm planning to build a simple controller for hydro pumping for our farm. =)

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