Puck.js – The Ground-Breaking Bluetooth Low Energy Beacon
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Puck.js – The Ground-Breaking Bluetooth Low Energy Beacon

Puck.js is a low energy smart device which can be programmed and debugged wirelessly with JavaScript. It is both multi-functional and easy to use.  This beacon uses a custom circuit board with the latest Nordic chip, Bluetooth LE, Infrared transmitter, NFC, magnetometer, temperature...

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EEZ H24005, Two-Channel Programmable Power Supply
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EEZ H24005, Two-Channel Programmable Power Supply

Envox Experimental Zone (EEZ) is an open hardware and open source development website, that creates and shares various open source hardware and software projects using as much as possible open-source tools and technologies. One of their projects is the programmable bench power...

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MalDuino, The Open Source BadUSB
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MalDuino, The Open Source BadUSB

Firmware is a type of software that provides control, monitoring and data manipulation of engineered products and systems. A USB device firmware hack called BadUSB was presented at Black Hat USA 2014 conference, demonstrating how a USB flash drive microcontroller can be reprogrammed to...

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MyPart, An Open Source Portable Air Particle Counter
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MyPart, An Open Source Portable Air Particle Counter

One of the most harmful airborne pollutants with respect to human health is particulate matter. Air particle counters are used to determine the air quality by counting and sizing the number of particles in the air. This information is useful in determining the amount of particles inside a...

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ZeroPhone – a Raspberry Pi smartphone
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ZeroPhone – a Raspberry Pi smartphone

Arsenijs build a Pi-powered open-source mobile phone (that you can assemble for 50$ in parts). Currently, it costs about 50$ in parts, and all the parts are available on eBay. No BGA or other difficultly solderable ICs are used (with the obvious exception of Pi Zero). User interface...

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Open Source Meets Hardware: Open Processor Core
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Open Source Meets Hardware: Open Processor Core

SiFive, the first fabless provider of customized, open-source-enabled semiconductors, had recently announced the availability of its Freedom Everywhere 310 (FE310) system on a chip (SoC), the industry’s first commercially available SoC based on the free and open RISC-V instruction set...

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HiFive1, An Open-Source RISC-V Development Kit
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HiFive1, An Open-Source RISC-V Development Kit

By bringing the power of open-source and agile hardware design to the semiconductor industry, SiFive aims to increase the performance and efficiency of customized silicon chips with lower cost. The Freedom E310 (FE310) is the first member of the Freedom Everywhere SoCs family, a series...

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Chronos 1.4, Everyone’s High-Speed Camera
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Chronos 1.4, Everyone’s High-Speed Camera

The Canadian Kron Technologies, led by its founder David Kronstein, has just launched a brand-new camera: Chronos. Chronos 1.4 is a purpose-designed, professional high-speed camera. It enables you to capture stunning high-speed video at up to 1280x1024 resolution thanks to its 1.4...

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