Posts Tagged ‘workshop visit’

WORKSHOP VIDEO: Beers in Akiba’s Workshop

Thursday, December 27th, 2012

[embed][/embed] Akiba at FreakLabs brings wireless tech to the open hardware community. Recent geek credits include the Safecast radiation measurement project, and designing wireless EL wire controllers for  Wrecking Crew Orchestra. You also saw him in our tour of Akihabara parts market last year. Recently he welcomed us into his...

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Workshop Video #36: Beers in Bunnie’s Workshop

Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

[embed][/embed] Andrew 'Bunnie' Huang is a noted open source hardware designer, XBOX hacker, and architect behind the Chumby. He welcomed us into his personal workshop while we were in Singapore for a tour and a few cold Tiger Beers. First there's a tour of Bunnie's workshop that includes highlights like...

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