Open source hardware is hardware whose design is made publicly available so that anyone can study, modify, distribute, make, and sell the design or hardware based on that design. (from oshwa.org)
It's a great time to be a tinkerer and inventor. With the advent and proliferation of inexpensive microcontrollers, development boards, and electronic hardware tools, the barriers to entry have never been lower. Anyone can create automated marvels at home, with little cost and difficulty.
Indy Open Hardware is a community focused on learning, sharing, and working with open hardware concepts and tools. Whether it's sharing Arduino sketches, learning PCB layout design, or showing off our latest electronics and arts integration, Indy Open Hardware is the place for Makers.
Join us at the Speak Easy for our next monthly meetup!
• Food , beverages, and convos with your fellow makers.
• Presentation from one of our own on a past or current project
• More conversation with your fellow makers. Ask questions; offer help.
If you've got a project you would like to present at an upcoming meeting, message me here on meetup, on Twitter (@INOpenHardware), or at [masked].