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The Rise Of Open Source Hardware
Hardware has always lagged behind software in the open source movement. But one website is beginning to change that.
The Future of Cufflinks is Gently Throbbing With Light
When your gadgets go to sleep, they tend to pulse peacefully. LEDs programmed to a soothing “breathing” waveform are to … Continued
A Homemade, Open-Source Scanning Tunneling Electron Microscope
Imagine being able to examine anything you want, at the atomic level, in your living room. If Sacha De’Angeli gets … Continued
Open Source Homeland Security: The $250 DIY Bedazzler Induces Nausea via LEDs
Can pulsing 36 high-powered LEDs invoke sea-sickness? Adafruit have put together a $250 non-lethal weapon modeled after a 1 million … Continued
iCub, the Open-Source Robot Child
It takes a village to raise a robot. At least, that’s the belief of the creators of iCub, a humanoid … Continued
Bug Labs Founder Greeted by Squeals of Glee
Peter Semmelhack freaks out the freaks at SXSW Interactive
PopSci’s Build-a-BUG Challenge: Deadline Extended
We've received some great ideas, and will continue to do so until April 1, 2008. Now's your chance to win the coolest open source hardware platform around!
Announcing the PopSci.com/Bug Labs Build-a-BUG Challenge
To win the grand prize of a BUGbase and four BUGmodules, we want you to build your dream BUG yourself!
Coming Soon: PopSci.com BUG Labs Contest
If you’ve already gotten your hands on our hot-off-the-presses January issue, you may have seen our announcement of a contest … Continued
Bug Labs debuts DIY Gadget-Building Kit
Pop Sci scores a look at the brand-new open-source hardware platform Creating new software has low overhead: All you need … Continued