The purpose of HardwareX is to help accelerate the distribution of low-cost high-quality open source scientific hardware.
HATs are add-on circuit boards and accessories that add functionality to your Raspberry Pi.
The Blowing Things Up (BTU) lab is located at the University of Colorado in Boulder, where Emily is a student of Alicia Gibb's, the executive director of the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA).
The story of the Ultimaker and its user community show how being open is in fact sustainable.
The world of architecture doesn't change as quickly as software, but architects are still finding new ways to share innovative designs and ideas.
Hovalin's files are available on the website and GitHub, and the project is licensed under CC BY-NC 4.0.
Shellmo is powered by an Arduino board and the parts can be downloaded and printed. The design files can be modified using Blender.
Jay Turner gives tips for attracting and maintaining an open source community around networking.
We're kicking off our open hardware series in style by giving away a SparkFun Inventor's Kit to one lucky reader.