Open source provides the framework for collaborating on projects with other engineers, makers and hobbyists.
Essentially, open source is all about making the physical object or the software coding as easy to remix and reproduce as possible without limitations.
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Same opinion, DS for Linux would be very fine. DS on Wine is horrible, lots of crashes
The law surrounding inventions and hardware creations and designs will fall under copyright and patent law, and similar to open source software, hardware creatively utilises these intellectual property...
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Open source software has been around for a good couple of decades now, but what about open source hardware? Read on.
What exactly is open source software and does it differ from proprietary software? Is there a difference?
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Arduino-compatible combines ease of use with performance and is open to the core.
sysmocom announce programme to accelerate the development of open source 3.5G cellular infrastructure technology.
Now Crowdfunding, The OnChip Open-V microcontroller is a completely free (as in freedom) and open source 32-bit microcontroller based on the RISC-V architecture. The Open-V has a host of built-in peripherals you’d expect of any modern microcontroller
Ken Boak shares the story of how he and his colleague Alan Wood created an Open source FPGA development board, pulling out all the stops to achieve a radically different FPGA dev-board, - at a price point that had yet to be seen.