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Open Source Hardware

Een eerste overzicht van bronnen, artikelen en inzichten rondom de trend van Open Source Hardware

FabLab.nl

De mogelijkheid 'to make almost anything', thuis met desktop machines. Het ligt nu (bijna ) binnen handbereik door een concept uitgedacht door Neil Gershenfeld van MIT. Het heet een FabLab, en bestaat uit een set machines van bij elkaar zo'n 25.000 euro, waarmee zo niet alles, dan toch veel kan worden ontworpen en gerealiseerd.

HackerspaceWiki

Hackerspaces are community-operated physical places, where people can meet and work on their projects.
This website is for 'Anyone and Everyone' who wants to share their hackerspace with international hacker's'paces.

Makers » Download for Free

Why am I doing this? Because my problem isn't piracy, it's obscurity (thanks, @timoreilly for this awesome aphorism). Because free ebooks sell print books. Because I copied my ass off when I was 17 and grew up to spend practically every discretionary cent I have on books when I became an adult. Because I can't stop you from sharing it (zeroes and ones aren't ever going to get harder to copy); and because readers have shared the books they loved forever; so I might as well enlist you to the cause.

NYC Media - NYC 2.0: The Hackers

The bad ones steal, but the good ones – like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates back in the day – invent. Host Rick Karr visits Brooklyn’s NYC Resistor and talks to a hacker and inventor. Karr also turns his own video game console into a home media center, then visits a Manhattan startup that hopes to turn that hack into a multimillion-dollar business.

What Barack Obama Could Learn From Maker Faire

I've been reading all the various polls and news reports. Everyone seems to agree that 'it's the economy stupid' to borrow a phrase, but I can't help but think that what we're not discussing is the future of the US Economy rather than just a band-aid on our past.Shovel Ready vs. Soldering Iron Ready?

MAKE | Make: Live 9/16/11 — Maker Faire NY & The

In episode 16 we met makers live from World Maker Faire NY 2011 and announced the winners of the MAKE Magazine Industry Maker Awards. Twelve companies were nominated in four categories on which MAK

Daniel Reetz: “DIY Book Scanning” — #ohsummit « a

Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits : Blog - SpokePOV MiniPOV SIM reader Tools MintyBoost Gift Certificates AVR Development Arduino Useful stuff BoArduino TV-B-Gone Game of Life Breakout Boards Propeller Drawdio XBee Fuzebox Tweet-a-Watt Wires, Cables, etc Robotics Sensors/Parts separator0 LEDs Power supply Clocks Books Project packs Batteries & Power Chumby ARM Development Brain Machine EggBot EL Wire/Tape/Panel Microtouch NETduino Enclosures/Cases Components & Parts RFID / NFC LCDs & Displays Wearables Solar FPGA ecommerce, open source, shop, online shopping

Instructables - Make, How To, and DIY

Instructables is the Biggest How To and DIY community where people make and share inspiring, entertaining, and useful projects, recipes, and hacks.