Open Hardware

Hacking The Fibonacci Clock

Hacking The Fibonacci Clock

Many people write me asking if it would be possible to add/modify the clock color palettes or change the lamp mode display. Of course it is possible, it’s open source! OK but, what does it mean for a clock to be open source? Why would you care? The short answer is, being open source gives […]

Fibonacci Clock on Kickstarter

Fibonacci Clock on Kickstarter

UPDATE: The Fibonacci Clock is now live on Kickstarter! I have 30 days to fund this project … head up to Kickstarter to support me! I present to you the Fibonacci Clock, a clock for nerds with style. Beautiful and fun at the same time, the clock uses the famous Fibonacci sequence to display time […]

The power of sharing

The power of sharing

I just published a derivative to a project on Thingiverse.com (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:18918). I love sharing designs! This is the foundation of a new way to make stuff. You need to understand the real power of sharing when time comes to decide if you keep your project for yourself or if you publish it on a sharing […]

The Maker Faire World in New York

The Maker Faire World in New York

Following the Open Hardware Summit I went to the Maker Faire World in New York city. This event was held in the same location as the OHS, at the New York Hall of Science. 3D printers were all over the place! Of course there was the 3D printing village where Makerbot, Makergear, Ultimaker, Botmill and […]

Open Hardware Summit

Open Hardware Summit

This was my first time at the ohsummit. The day was filled with great quality talks from speakers of all disciplines.   I first want to thanks Alicia and Ayah, the organizers for their great work. Everything was planned with details and efficiency. The day had a great start with the presentation from Eric Wihelm, […]

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