open hardware

Shellmo: Aquatic 3D printed robot for fun and education
Shellmo is powered by an Arduino board and the parts can be downloaded and printed. The design files can be modified using Blender.
0 comments Posted 27 May 2016 by Don Watkins Feed
7 tips for bringing open source to networking
Jay Turner gives tips for attracting and maintaining an open source community around networking.
0 comments Posted 26 May 2016 by Jay Turner Feed
Getting started with Espruino
Espruino is an open source and open hardware JavaScript interpreter that runs on the microcontroller itself.
0 comments Posted 24 May 2016 by Gordon Williams Feed
We're giving away an Arduino starter kit!
We're kicking off our open hardware series in style by giving away a SparkFun Inventor's Kit to one lucky reader.
10 comments Posted 23 May 2016 by Alex Sanchez (Red Hat) Feed
Netbeast: A cross-platform tool for the Internet of Things
Netbeast is an open source platform for developing Internet of Things (IoT) applications for appliances and other devices.
0 comments Posted 6 May 2016 by Luis Pinto Feed
Bulldog: A surprisingly fast GPIO library
Learn more about Bulldog, a Java library that lets developers access GPIO and other low-level IO interfaces in record time.
2 comments Posted 25 Apr 2016 by Štefan Bunčiak Feed
Celebrate Arduino Day with 3 cool projects
Tinkerer Tom Callaway shares three fun Arduino-powered projects on Arduino Day 2016.
0 comments Posted 1 Apr 2016 by Tom Callaway (Red Hat) Feed
Open gardening tools for growing green thumbs and a healthier planet
Learn more about AKER, an open source, modular urban agriculture system that share tools that help build ecologically resilient, healthy communities.
0 comments Posted 30 Mar 2016 by Don Watkins Feed
Simple LED control with Raspberry Pi
Learn how to use your Raspberry Pi's GPIO pins with the Pi Traffic Light.
3 comments Posted 17 Mar 2016 by Anderson Silva (Red Hat) Feed
Open source gets an official spot at SXSW this year
The famous festival SXSW is coming up in March in Austin, Texas and will hold a special event called SX Create, focused on cool gadgets and hardware projects. If you have a badge, this event will be open to you—plus, it's free and open to the public. How very open source of them.
1 comment Posted 2 Mar 2016 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed

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