At the Open Hardware Summit in Portland this year, OSHWA will present the first ever open hardware certification.
We're kicking off our open hardware series in style by giving away a SparkFun Inventor's Kit to one lucky reader.
Netbeast is an open source platform for developing Internet of Things (IoT) applications for appliances and other devices.
Learn more about Bulldog, a Java library that lets developers access GPIO and other low-level IO interfaces in record time.
FOSH is shared by providing the source "code" for physical objects, which normally includes a bill of materials (BOM), schematics, assembly instructions, and procedures needed to fabricate a digital replica of the original.
Tinkerer Tom Callaway shares three fun Arduino-powered projects on Arduino Day 2016.
Learn more about AKER, an open source, modular urban agriculture system that share tools that help build ecologically resilient, healthy communities.
Learn how to use your Raspberry Pi's GPIO pins with the Pi Traffic Light.
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.