WHY DO OPEN SOURCE HARDWARE

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WHY DO OPEN HARDWARE?
10:00 am: Limor Fried, Adafruit
http://www.openhardwaresummit.org/

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WHY DO OPEN SOURCE HARDWARE

  1. 1. AYAH ALICIA NICE WORK
  2. 2. THIS IS NOT HOW TO RUN A MULTI-MILLION $ COMPANY FROM YOUR APARTMENT
  3. 3. WHY DO OPEN SOURCE HARDWARE? LIMOR FRIED
  4. 4. SOFTWARE HAD A LICENSE HARDWARE DID NOT
  5. 5. SpokePOV (2003) Makes pictures in the air with a bicycle
  6. 6. Training wheels, literally! Project was intended for burning man Not for sale at first Files didn’t go online - was non-commercial once it was to start “Learned” MCUs on this...
  7. 7. My ex-boyfriend made a closed derivative for sale
  8. 8. Minty MP3 2004 Music in a mint tin
  9. 9. All ears... Another project to learn MCUs Looked at a lot of “available” resources It was a derivative
  10. 10. Clones made and sold
  11. 11. Wave Bubble (2004) Portable cell phone jammer
  12. 12. Culture jamming Thesis project for school Couldn’t sell, it was illegal It had to be published one way or another
  13. 13. I am apparently a terrorist
  14. 14. MiniPOV (2005) Spell words in the air
  15. 15. Persistence of easy Built as a giveaway for my dorm Not “open source” Later offered as a kit, went open source
  16. 16. Security through low value
  17. 17. x0xb0x (2004-2005) “Open source” Roland 303 clone
  18. 18. ALL THE CLONE DESIGNS WERE SECRETIVE SO WE SAID “FUCK THIS”
  19. 19. Breaking even strategy Reverse engineered a broken synth Wrote everything from scratch Not OSHW when release, later made it OSHW
  20. 20. THERE WILL BE ACID TECHNO IN THE YEAR 2050
  21. 21. “Prove you designed this”...
  22. 22. Open source kit business 2006 to present
  23. 23. WHY DO THIS? WHY PUBLISH JUST TO HAVE YOUR DESIGNS LAUGHED AT AND STOLEN ?
  24. 24. CRITIQUES, RIDICULE & THEFT
  25. 25. YOUR PROJECT HERE
  26. 26. WHAT IF SOMETHING BAD HAPPENS? BEING OBSCURE IS THE ENEMY
  27. 27. WTF WERE WE THINKING?
  28. 28. DERIVATIVES MUTANTS MISTAKES TURN YOUR FEAR INTO PRIDE
  29. 29. FULL, PUBLISHED AND FREE FREE AS IN SPEECH IT HELPS OTHERS FOR SURE
  30. 30. OSHW AS A.... A MARKETING TERM? A BUZZ PHRASE?
  31. 31. DO NOT POISON THIS WONDERFUL THING
  32. 32. WORKING ON HARDWARE CAN BE LONELY WITHOUT A COMMUNITY
  33. 33. ALTRUISTIC, CAPITALISTIC, SELF-ABSORBED? WE SHOULD GIVE BECAUSE IT MAKES US BETTER PEOPLE
  34. 34. ONE OF THE BEST THINGS ABOUT OSHW SHARE-ALIKE IS VIRAL
  35. 35. IF YOU’VE CUT OUT A PIECE OF YOUR HEART& GIVEN IT AWAY YOU ARE AWESOME
  36. 36. "Copyright terms were initially 14 years – about the time it took to raise a child to adulthood. After 14 years (or 18 years now, we’ve extended legal infancy) parents really have to let go of their children, and acknowledge they don’t “own” them. In fact they never did. So it is with Art.” NINA PALEY
  37. 37. SO, WHY DO I CREATE OPEN SOURCE HARDWARE?
  38. 38. WE DO OPEN SOURCE HARDWARE TO JOIN A COMMUNITY
  39. 39. WE DO OPEN SOURCE HARDWARE WHAT WE MAKE WILL OUTLAST US
  40. 40. WE DO OPEN SOURCE HARDWARE TO BECOME BETTER ENGINEERS
  41. 41. YOU ALWAYS GET BACK MORE THAN WHAT YOU GIVE
  42. 42. THANK YOU

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