Join the Conversation at RespiraCon II “So how are we going to end this thing and then prepare better for the next one? I would not want to go into the next pandemic without major changes to the way maker movements are integrated into national systems of pandemic preparedness and response.” Leith Greenslade How can […]
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In May 2021 the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) certified a wide variety of hardware as open source. we will have a certified variety collection of Open Source Hardwares, Let’s take a look! (And remember, certification is a free and easy way to show that your hardware complies with the open source hardware definition.) First, […]
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Catch the latest ways makers are impacting business and technology this week. Our coverage includes hardware startups, new products, incubators, and innovators, along with technology and market trends.
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The BeagleBoard X15 is the latest development board from the BeagleBoard.org foundation and it is one powerful, open source hardware puppy!
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If you’ve been on the internet lately, you’ve likely seen the storm of news of Samy Kamkar’s device that can intercept and store keyless entry codes for cars and garages. Built for under $50 using a Teensy 3.1 and a couple of radios, the “RollJam” device is said to allow its user unfettered access to your automobile […]
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