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Future's so Bright, I Gotta Wear LED Shades

Garrett Mace of macetech LLC creates awesome LED projects, including the ultra-cool LED Shades. His original design, which he created back in 2012, has now been made available under an OSHW-compatible license. 193 more words


The Open-Source Smartwatch Built by a Teenager

You’d have to look pretty hard to find a greater sign of dedication to making than a 15-year-old skipping driver’s ed. But that’s exactly what John Wall did last year, when he was so engrossed in his OLED watch project that he waited a full year to get his learner’s permit. 569 more words


Makers Rising in Zorrozaurre

Bilbao, Spain was second only to Barcelona in the 19th and 20th centuries as the largest industrial city in Spain. Many factories perched on the river Nervión, even in the center of town. 445 more words


Last time Spark raised money, it set out to raise $10,000 and got $567,000, via a nifty pitch on Kickstarter. This time, venture capitalists including Lion Wells Capital and O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures have put up $4.9 million in a Series A round. 45 more words


Slideshow: Fab10Barcelona

This week 600 people gathered in Barcelona for Fab10, a truly international conference on the state of digital fabrication and open source hardware, as well as a convention for the global FabLab makerspace network. 317 more words


DIY Hardware Implant talk at DEF CON time is posted

My DEF CON 22 Talk, NSA Playset: DIY WAGONBED Hardware Implant over I2C, time is now posted on the DEF CON schedule. It’s Sunday at 11:00 am in Track 1. 196 more words


Lenore Edman And The Evil Mad Science That You Do So Well

Lenore Edman is co-founder of Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories (EMSL), but she’s not evil, at least as far as I can tell. In fact, Lenore and her husband Windell Oskay have been at the heart of the maker movement for many years. 170 more words