Massimo Banzi, one of the creators of the popular Arduino board talks about this phenomena and why they released it as open source.
The team behind the Arduino open-source electronics prototyping platform has now released some interesting news. Among them we have the new boards Arduino Uno (replaces Duemilanove) and the Mega2560! Read more.
This video shows a very clever use for the open source Arduino hardware platform. It demonstrates how it can be used to rotate automatically and always point at the sun.
Bre Pettis and Joe Grand give in this video a crash course in the very popular open source hardware and software platform Arduino. Check it out!
One of the charms of electric vehicles is that they in most cases rely on simple technology that most of us can afford and work with. This guy shows in the video above how he modified a standard motorcycle and converted it into electric drive for a reasonable amount of money. See more at electricmotion.org.
Ever wondered why electronic devices can get more and more complex but still cheap to manufacture? Here is the answer! :)
Netduino is an open source electronics platform using the .NET Micro Framework. The board features a 32-bit microcontroller and a rich development environment, making it a perfect solution for engineers and hobbyists alike. Read more about it at makezine.com
The guys at AeroQuad.com are making a very cool quad helicopter based on the Arduino open source system.
This is a beguinners tutorial that shows you how to create an Arduino shield with the CAD software Eagle. Read more.
This guy puts som 8 amps into a high-powered LED harvested from a Casio Slim projector. Hope he’s got eye protection! ;)