Sessions tagged with 'open_hardware'

Federico Lucifredi (Canonical | Ubuntu)
This session aims to give you the tools to import the real world into the programming scope of your trusty $30 microcontroller, by covering the technology fundamentals and integration essentials of a wide variety of sensors and actuators, as well as providing a few alternative power schemes and even mobility options to increase the variety of your design arsenal.
Christopher Clark (SparkFun Electronics Inc.)
SparkFun Electronics is a startup that utilized an early and heavy reliance on open source technology to grow rapidly with no outside investment. Now open source permeates the culture from software to operations to open hardware products, but sticking to open source while mitigating risk and pressing innovation has not been without its challenges.
Philip Lindsay (rancidbacon.com)
Have you always wanted to create hardware devices to interact with the real world? Heard about the Arduino electronics prototyping platform but not sure how to get started? When you attend this workshop you will: set up an Arduino board & software; learn how the Arduino fits into the field of physical computing; and make your Arduino respond to button presses and blink lights. Hardware is fun!
John Sarik (Columbia University)
Printable electronics have the potential to enable a revolution in open hardware design. We present a prototype electronic material printer based on a commercial desktop 3D printer, demonstrate its capablities, and present a roadmap for the development of printable, open components based on unconventional electronics.

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