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WORKSHOP VIDEO: rhydoLABZ open hardware tour in Kochi

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJMb5aavF1o[/embed] Our Global Geek Tour of India ends in Kochi where we visit India's largest open hardware manufacturer rhydoLABZ. Thushar takes us on a tour of the company's offices and production lines. rhydoLABZ started as distributors for SparkFun and Arduino, but now produce mostly their own custom open hardware designs....

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GEEK TOUR INDIA: Bangalore’s SP Road market, Tenet Technetronics, protoCentral and Cerebra Tech visits

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

Bangalore was the big event on our Global Geek Tour of India. We check out the SP Road parts market, visit open hardware shops, and drop by a PCB assembly house. We start out at the Jaaga co-work center in central Bangalore, and meet up with 20 readers and forum...

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Global Geek Tour India 2012 update

Friday, October 12th, 2012

Quick update on the India trip happening next week. So far 24 people are meeting up for a tour of wholesale markets, factories, and resellers in India. Our friends on the Oomlout team in the UK, persuaded by a flight in an A380, are joining us on the Bangalore and...

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