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Apitronics will demo at this years OHS!

For the next month, the Summit Chairs will be featuring information about our accepted speakers, demos, sponsors and posters.  If you wish to be featured please email or tweet Addie   Apitronics develops a wireless platform for outdoor environments. The focus is on being able to prototype easily when deploying battery powered sensors and actuators. […]

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Tiny Tinkering Platforms at OHS

For the next month, the Summit Chairs will be featuring information about our accepted speakers, demos, sponsors and posters.  If you wish to be featured please email or tweet Addie Tom Jenkins and Ian Bogost created the “tiny tinkering” platform to help people solve small-scale problems in their everyday lives. In their systems, gratification comes […]

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Sophi Kravitz will be speaking at this years OHS!

For the next month, the Summit Chairs will be featuring information about our accepted speakers, demos, sponsors and posters.  If you wish to be featured please email or tweet Addie Sophi Kravitz is an engineer whose company, MIX, develops behavioral training products for scientists and consumers. She will speak at this years OHS about a […]

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Adapteva’s Andreas Olofsson to speak at OHS.

  Making parallel computing easy to use has been described as “a problem as hard as any that computer science has faced”. With such big challenges ahead, we need to make sure that every programmer has access to cheap and open parallel hardware and development tools. Unfortunately, the industry standard has to date been for […]

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100km on 1 liter .. at this years OHS.

The Desafio 100km 1liter race: The challenge is not only to cover the distance of 100 km with only 1 liter of gas (235 MPG) but to compete with other participants in a race using cars developed with open source hardware. After registering, student teams build a vehicle using Open Hardware and participate in the […]

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Be Awesome, to Everyone

You may not have noticed but last year OSHWA adopted some conference policies. This step was encouraged by a friend and member of the open hardware community, Lenore of Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories, and we happily complied. Luckily, the folks at the Ada Initiative made it easy, they have example drafts of conference policies pretty […]

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Marcin Jakubowski will speak at this years Summit

Marcin Jakubowski is the founder of Open Source Ecology, which is creating the Global Village Construction Set — the blueprints for simple fabrication of everything needed to start a self-sustaining village. At Factor e Farm in rural Missouri, he’s been successfully putting those ideas to the test. Declaring that, “We can lead self-sustaining lives without sacrificing […]

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TinyCircuits will be at this years OHS!

For the next month, the Summit Chairs will be featuring information about our accepted speakers, demos, sponsors and posters.  If you wish to be featured please email or tweet Addie   TinyCircuits created the TinyDuino platform which shrinks the Arduino platform to the size of a quarter, yet maintains the expansion capabilities of the microprocessor. […]

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Speakers Announced!

The speakers for this years Open Hardware Summit have been announced! The specific timeline for the day will be fourth coming. See you in Cambridge!!    

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Kinograph will be at this years OHS!

For the next month, the Summit Chairs will be featuring information about our accepted speakers, demos, sponsors and posters.  If you wish to be featured please email or tweet Addie   We say “history belongs to those who hack it,” artist and cinema historian Matthew Epler combats this with his invention, the Kinograph. Using a […]

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