The Tessel Project’s mission is to create a fully open source hardware & software platform that makes it easy and intuitive to develop Internet-connected devices.
Electrical Engineer Jenner Hanni (of OSH Park and Wickerbox Electronics) designed a protoboard DIP for the Next Thing Co. C.H.I.P. (“The World’s First Nine Dollar Computer”):
tardate create this 16 LED SMD board with shift register interface, based on project 3 from the KiCad like a Pro course from Tech Explorations:
The Open Source Hardware Association announced today that the Open Hardware Summit 2017 will be in Denver on October 5th!
We hope to see you all there!
kellbot writes on the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) blog:
We are very pleased to announce that our new community forums are up and…
Jack Gassett wants to enable rapid prototyping of new projects:
Video recordings of Session 1 and Session 2 of Open Hardware Summit 2016 in Portland:
I created this board in KiCad to try out a SHARP memory display with the Teensy LC:
OSH Park is looking for a part-time Customer Support Engineer to help our…