Open-Source Hardware


Do-it-yourself hacker magazines, websites, and meetings are multiplying. It’s easier than ever to buy inexpensive, off-the-shelf hardware components, from touch screens and cameras to GPS receivers and microcontrollers. The combination adds up to a growing trend toward “open-source hardware,” spurring innovation in gadget design. Kate Greene, Technology Review Peter Semmelhack, Bug Labs Eric von Hippel, MIT Sloan School of Management Eric J. Wilhelm, Instructables

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