• Delaktig: IKEA’s Open Source and Hackable Sofa!

    Sure it’s not an open source hardware news, but it’s an open source relevant news definitely, anyway! Ikea has now decided to support the creative conversion of its products with a new line of furniture that breaks with tradition, leaving...

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  • The most important digital and technology trends

      The rate at which innovation is taking place, facilitated by a variety of new technological groundwork on which new innovations are able to be propagated, has been increasing over the past decades. For example, the innovation...

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  • OsBot Human Bone Replicating 3D Printer will be ready soon?

    Advances in 3D printing technology have begun to have a transformative effect on the medical community. We’ve all read the stories of 3D printed hands and other prosthetic devices, but that is only scratching the surface of...

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  • Home page – Google Science Fair

      Google Science Fair is a global online competition open to individuals or team from 13 to 18 years old. Submit before May, 19th to change our World! Here a video about what Science Fair is. Check...

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  • Open Source Ecology shows how to enter a $100B market with Open Source

    Critics of the open source economy point out that “Open source is a system of development that doesn’t have the requisite positive feedback loops needed to build a viable economic system.” Open Source Ecology released their “4...

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  • Minibuilders robots will build your House soon!

    A research group at the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (iaac.net), based in Barcelona set on a goal of re-elaborating 3D printing techniques to overcome existing limitations for large scale application. Here are the first results:...

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  • Most Exciting Products and Open Source Highlights at CES 2015

    The 2015 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, has been the largest and most amazing exhibition in the history of CES so far, according to Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) that is the owner...

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  • KORUZA release prototype for 1Gbps connectivity over 100m of clear line-of-sight

    Interesting and encouraging update from KORUZA project. For those who don’t remember, KORUZA system wants to find the “most effective and low-cost design enabling 1 Gbps connectivity of structures up to 100m apart”. The current version heavily...

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  • Functionalize promised to be the world’s Most Conductive 3D Printing Filament

    As you may know, making 3D prints electronically functional is complex and requires a separate manufacturing process to add circuit boards, wiring, and electronic components. To answer this key problem, Functionalize is now carrying on a kickstarter campaign for...

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  • 3Drag is now printing with Chocolate!

      Maitre Chocolatier is born or made? Well, when it comes to creating original chocolate mixes you will probably be born, but if you want to succeed in the art of pastry, then everyone can be made:...

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  • South Korea to bet hard on 3-D printers for Innovation

    After setting the bar on Sharing Economy, the Korean government also wants to be the best in nurturing SME innovation thanks to 3D printing: The government yesterday announced its plan to nurture the local 3-D printing industry and...

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  • Scientists 3D print snacks using ground up bugs

    Ok, we saw a lot of applications of 3Dprinting but nothing it was so strange: British scientists have come up with an innovative way of 3D printing the unusual food, which is made from insect ‘flour’, which...

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  • A 3D printer with position feedback control and DC Motors on Kickstarter

    These guys are aiming to fund a 3D printer with position feedback control and DC Motors: it’s an interesting project and point of view…. despite non open source! RAPPY is a DC motor powered 3D printer equipped...

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  • 10 of the Most incredible Open Source Hardware projects born in 2013

    This post celebrates few of the most incredible Open Source Hardware project from 2013. Most of these projects were crowdfunded, and I believe this tells much about how innovations is funded and encouraged these days. 2013 was...

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  • Understand 4d Printing thanks to an Awesome Video – Kinematics

    This video literally unveils both the beauty and use value of 4D printing. Really can’t miss. Kinematics is a system for 4D printing that creates complex, foldable forms composed of articulated modules. The system provides a way...

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  • Chat with Dave Hakkens: that’s why Phonebloks it’s about Co-Design and OpenSource

    Phonebloks and Project Ara Few days ago, after the presentation of the joint venture between Phonebloks and Motorola, called Project Ara, that I pretty enthusiastically commented earlier on this blog, we reached out to Phonebloks website with...

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  • Preliminary Works at USC for a 6-axis 3D Printer (Video)

    According to 3Ders (http://www.3ders.org/articles/20131006-6-axis-3d-printer.html) this video shows preliminary works for a 6-axis 3D Printer using Parallel Kinematics driven by a KFLOP board Most additive manufacturing processes are layer-based with only three-dimensional motions in the X, Y and Z...

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  • Interview to Alastair Parvin and Wikihouse project

      For the latest episode of our Meet The Founders interviews we are releasing today the intervivew we made recently with WIkihouse funder Alastair Parvin. The interview come up superbe and it touches a lot of topics,...

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