Open source hardware refers to the technical specifications of physical objects made available under licenses that allow their study, modification, creation or distribution. Like for open source software, the source code for the open hardware includes mechanic drawings, electronic schematics, parts lists, technical specifications, assembly procedures, etc. Developers can update and improve the code and specifications, add new features and correct malfunctions.
My vision and mission is to develop open source projects using my knowledge in the field of prototyping, 3D printing and electronic design of hardware and open source software (e.g. Arduino or equivalent) and share the most interesting experiences.
- Archive of the Projects
- How to solve USB connection issues between computer and Rumba Taurino board
- How to design and develop a simple, small sized and fully functional arduino clone
- How to design and develop a power supply for an arduino clone
- How to design a 3D printed lamp with a lithographic 3D printed photo
- How to design an develop a low consumption music player based upon an arduino clone
- How to design and develop a 3D printed multiplication tables learning tool