Get your stuff made – Tokyo open hardware presentation

Posted on Thursday, December 15th, 2011 in conferences, Videos by Ian

Here’s a video of our presentation about manufacturing open hardware at Make Tokyo Meeting. You can download the slides here.

This is a highly condensed version of the same presentation we gave at the Open Hardware Summit and Homecamp. We cut it down so we could still fit in the allotted time if a Japanese translator was available. We’ll get a better video of the full version at the next conference.

Due to demo FAIL, this is in lieu of the Bus Pirate week video planned for today. We’ll be back tomorrow with the conclusion of Bus Pirate week though.

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2 Responses to “Get your stuff made – Tokyo open hardware presentation”

  1. Marius Jonsson says:


  2. Hi!

    As someone who’s just built their first piece of hardware other people actually want (sold 3 by just showing it) you really answered a lot of questions and given me a great idea on how to proceed.


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