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OpenSource.com released an eBook on Open Source Hardware
Our friends at opensource.com, just released an ebook collecting all the contributions to the Open Hardware Week that they held earlier few weeks ago:
During Open Hardware Week at Opensource.com, we asked more than a dozen open-minded technologists to explain how applying open source principles to physical devices is shaping the way we work and play—now and in the future. They answered with so many wonderful things: flashlights made from lip balm, automated pet feeders, computerized guitar pedals, even 3D-printed prosthetics. And for a few dazzling days, we saw how that open world was becoming a reality.
This book collects stories we published as part of Open Hardware Week.