open hardware

Beagle Bone Black
Jason Kridner is the co-founder of BeagleBoard.org, where he has helped create open source development tools such as BeagleBone Black, BeagleBone, BeagleBoard, and BeagleBoard-xM. Kridner is also a software architecture manager for embedded processors at Texas Instruments (TI).
1 comment Posted 18 Mar 2014 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
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0 comments Posted 27 Feb 2014 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
When you walk into the cavernous, old tire plant of Canal Place in Akron, Ohio, the last thing that you'd expect to find in this big building is such a "tiny" treasure. Unexpected though it may be, this is where Ken Burns and the TinyCircuits team has set up shop, and it's where they make tiny open... Read more
7 comments Posted 29 Jan 2014 by Lauren Egts Feed
open source why
One of my favorite quotes is "We are what we celebrate." Dean Kamen, founder of FIRST Robotics, says this and it comes up on an almost daily basis one way or another in my work in open source hardware and education. One of the challenges of getting more young people into engineering and computer... Read more
0 comments Posted 28 Jan 2014 by Limor Fried Feed
If you're looking around for 3D printers that are both inexpensive and open source friendly, the Printrbot Simple Kit will probably catch your attention. This Kit sells for close to $300, and for our team required a full-day of DIY assembly, though skilled makers might be able to put it together in... Read more
5 comments Posted 22 Jan 2014 by Luis Ibanez Feed
open hardware and eletronics for kids
Kids are quick learners and have great imaginations. When pursuing an electronic or hardware project with a kid, the most important thing to keep in mind is: keep things playful. As long as their hands are in gunk and they are taking things apart, or there's the possibility of blowing something up... Read more
3 comments Posted 16 Jan 2014 by Dave Neary (Red Hat) Feed
share your code
Last year, Lauren Egts designed and programmed a game (The Great Guinea Pig Escape) using a youth-focused programming language called Scratch. She presented it at the 2013 Cleveland Mini Maker Faire where it caught the eye of Element14's David Hamblin. He was impressed, and in June, Opensource.com ... Read more
0 comments Posted 13 Jan 2014 by The Dave and Gunnar Show (Red Hat) Feed
open source and the maker movement
This month marks nine years since O'Reilly Media launched Make magazine, which was the first time many who had already been "makers" for some time started using that term. A year later, Maker Faire launched as a place for them to share their creations. Last year 100 Maker Faires were held in on... Read more
3 comments Posted 7 Jan 2014 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
open source news and highlights
Open source news for your reading pleasure. December 30-January 3, 2014 This week's edition of our open source news roundup features some New Year's-related tidbits to start your year off right. Here's what we found:
0 comments Posted 3 Jan 2014 by Ginny Skalski (Red Hat) Feed
Open source vehicles
Open hardware is gaining speed. The appetite for open source vehicles is growing. And while we may not have flying cars yet, we do have Tabby—an open source car design released by Open Source Vehicle this October. Want to swap out an internal combustible engine for an eco-friendly electric? Tabby... Read more
0 comments Posted 20 Dec 2013 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed

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