6 days ago •
This is a logical development from my first and second logger projects. The idea is simple: The logger needs to be small enough to fit inside small spaces, e.g. a bee hive.
With the press off a button it starts/stops logging. The casing can be as simple as shrink tubing!
10/07/2018 at 18:00 •
The annual Open Hardware Summit took place on September 27th at MIT, and all the exciting and insightful presentation were live streamed to YouTube!
9:00 AM Door Open! 10:00 Opening Remarks: Michael Weinberg, OSHWA President 10:15 Eric Von Hippel: Economics of Open Hardware 10:45 AM Surya Mattu: Approaching adversarial research 11:00 Oluwatobi Oyinlola: Hyperloop: The rLoop Journey 11:20 Sara Chipps: C++ API for Kids 11:35 Robin Getz: Open Source Software Defined Radio 11:55 Evan Raskob: Livecoding 3D printing: experiments in live computational sculpting 12:10 Adam Benzion: How to build a huge open source community (without being a total sellout).
Mario Gómez : Building Resilience With Public Institutions and Open Hardware
1:45 PM Neil Gershenfeld: How To Make (almost) Anything 2:20 PM Joseph Apuzzo: MicroPython on ESP32 and LoBo 2:45 PM Jodi Clark: OpenCosplay, Teaching the Next Generation 3:00 PM SURPRISE SPEAKER YA’ALL 3:45 PM Tarek Loubani: Gaza tourniquet: Making lifesaving medical devices under fire 4:00 PM Stephanie Valencia: Creating a more accessible future with OSH 4:15 PM Amitabh Shrivastava: Programmable-Air 4:30 PM Ted Hayes: How to Put A Neural Network on an Arduino and Why 4:45 PM Closing Remarks: Alicia Gibb, OSHWA Director
If you enjoyed these talks, please consider joining the Open Source Hardware Association (OSWHA)!
And follow Open Hardware Summit on Twitter for update on 2019 – we’ll be in China!
10/04/2018 at 23:58 •
This Python file can be transferred to Open Hardware Summit badge using the FTP server built into the MicroPython firmware.