First open hardware gathering in China

Posted on Monday, October 24th, 2011 in conferences by DP

Seeed featured an article about the first open hardware gathering in China on their blog:

This is the very first conference in China about open hardware, and surely will trigger much more events and activities. Hackerspaces are born all over China like bamboo shoots, and spreading the Maker movement in its region, more people interested in Arduino and open hardware even live on it. Thanks to the offer from OW2 and Peter Cheng, people from Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Harbin and Overseas to form the exceptional open hardware session during China Open Source Week 2011.

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One Response to “First open hardware gathering in China”

  1. Good to hear that the movement is active in China.

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