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NERP: Open Hardware Summit report and discussion

Ed B.
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Group Organizer
Chicago, IL
Tonight at NERP, Drew and Ed will report on the highlights of the 2013 Open Hardware Summit, which was held last Friday on the campus of MIT. The importance of the OHS gathering is hard to exaggerate. At OHS, the business, philosophy, and technology of open source hardware are synthesized by leaders in there fields. It's also a lot of fun, and there are posters and demos as well.

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Ed Bennett ed @ kinetics and electronics com

Tags: electronics, embedded, NERP, Open Source, raspberry pi, hackerspace, Beagle Bone, Element14
Trent J.
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Chicago, IL
Post #: 1
Thanks to Jay for the presentation and to Ed and Drew for the debrief on the OHS.
As promised, here is the time-laps video of tonight's meeting I captured on my Raspberry Pi.­

Jim G.
Chicago, IL
Post #: 1
Hi guys,

It sounds like there were some good presentations.
Unfortunately I couldn't make it yesterday.

Trent: I saw your video and it's pretty impressive that the Raspberry Pi does that. I just got mine a couple of weeks ago and just started experimenting with it.
Can you tell me the name of the song you used as the soundtrack to your video and who does it?
It's pretty cool.

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