Open Hardware Summit (OHS)

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2013 Open Hardware Summit

Jeremy Blum | | October 7, 2013

After attending the annual Open Hardware Summit in both 2011 and 2012, I returned again this year to revel in the excitement that surrounds the open source hardware community. Every year, the summit continues to grow, with over 500 people attending this year’s summit. Held on the MIT campus, this year’s summit did not disappoint [...]. Read More »

A Peek At The Open Hardware Summit 2013

Caleb Kraft | EE Times | September 9, 2013

This weekend, in the wankel-shaped dome of the Kresge auditorium at MIT, nearly 1,000 obsessed and passionate people who believe in giving away their work came together. Known as the Open Hardware Summit, this was the fourth gathering of these peculiar and wonderful people who have gathered to discuss open-source hardware. Read More »

Help Support The Open Hardware Summit

Emcee Grady | SparkFun Electronics | July 17, 2013

Today, we have a call to action for all makers, hackers, hobbyists and electronics enthusiasts who value the ideology and/or benefits of open source technology – Help Support the Open Hardware Summit! Read More »

Open Hardware Summit

Chris Gerty | | October 24, 2012

NASA’s Open Innovation Program recently participated in the Open Hardware Summit, sponsored by the newly formed Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA).  What we witnessed was a community in its early stages, developing in front of our eyes, tackling technical/legal/cultural challenges with an openness that we have grown to respect and see as an essential part of the way NASA will do business in the future. Read More »

Open Source Hardware And The Law

Michael Weinberg | Public Knowledge | October 10, 2012

At the end of my talk at last month's Open Hardware Summit, I urged the community to consider that open source hardware may be more of a political and cultural movement than a legal movement.  This was an admittedly fleeting reference to a discussion that will necessarily be a large one, so I want to use this blog post to begin to expand upon what I meant.
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Open Source Hardware, Workshops And Summits

Gareth Branwyn | MAKE | September 25, 2012

We here at MAKE are really excited about Thursday’s Open Hardware Summit at EyeBeam in NYC. The OHS is always an inspiring event, and a perfect lead-in to World Maker Faire. Read More »

Open-Source Hardware In The Creative World

Suzanne Deffree & Jessica MacNeil | EDN Network | September 13, 2013

Open Hardware Summit attendees packed the Kresge Auditorium at MIT last Friday with eyes and minds wide open to hear from engineers and makers on their open-source designs and overall thinking on the concept of sharing ideas and knowledge. Read More »

Open-Source Hardware: Copy & Paste Empowerment

Caleb Kraft | EE Times | September 12, 2013

Last week I was privileged enough to speak at the Open Hardware Summit. It was a wonderful experience, and I hope to return again in the years to come. Read More »

Pulling Back From Open Source Hardware, MakerBot Angers Some Adherents

Rich Brown | CNET | September 27, 2012

You likely know MakerBot Industries as the poster child for the new era of 3D-printing. You might not know that, until last week, the company and its CEO, Bre Pettis, were considered shining lights in the open-source hardware movement. Read More »

2013 Open Hardware Summit At MIT

Event Details
September 6, 2013 - 9:00am - 8:00pm
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139-4307
United States

The 2013 Open Hardware Summit will take place on September 6, 2013 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The annual conference is organized by the Open Source Hardware Association, and features speakers and panel discussions centered on the topic of the Open Source movement. Tickets for the event are currently available to purchase from the Open Hardware Summit website. Read More »