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In case of turbulence…
Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino
CEO and Co-Founder of Tinker.it!
Arduino team
Massimo Banzi, Gianluca Martino
Davide Cuartielles, David Mellis
Tom Igoe
Arduino ecology
Boarduino
Freeduino
Nano
Shields
I am interested in the workshop mainly because of the open-source
  philosophy of the Arduino hardware and Processing soft...
Arduino community
Artists & Designers
Developers
I make and sell my own boards
                             I make a living out of using Arduino in my work




           ...
Sharing and protecting
How to we get creative people to talk about their tools?
Is there a CC-like model for this?
Completed
         Code              Components                project




Documenting
It takes time and it’s not only cod...
Meeting new people
Beyond forums
Is face to face the only way?
Manufacturing is easy
Well, easier.
Creating a community around your product isn’t.
I’m only here for the day!
Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino // alex@tinker.it
Come talk to me!
In case of turbulence: open source hardware's next challenges
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  1. 1. In case of turbulence… Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino CEO and Co-Founder of Tinker.it!
  2. 2. Arduino team Massimo Banzi, Gianluca Martino Davide Cuartielles, David Mellis Tom Igoe
  3. 3. Arduino ecology Boarduino Freeduino Nano Shields
  4. 4. I am interested in the workshop mainly because of the open-source philosophy of the Arduino hardware and Processing software. They seem to empower 'normal' people (if there is such a thing) to get on with developing and prototyping ideas rapidly. The varied home-grown projects I have seen online, are all stimulating get-on and have a go projects. And although I know this is hardly new technology (Basic stamps have been around for years), I really like the accessibility of the Arduino philosophy. A philosophy
  5. 5. Arduino community Artists & Designers Developers
  6. 6. I make and sell my own boards I make a living out of using Arduino in my work I use Arduino as part of my final project I am a total beginner Scale of the audience Different levels with different expectations Beginners look to the more advanced users for inspiration
  7. 7. Sharing and protecting How to we get creative people to talk about their tools? Is there a CC-like model for this?
  8. 8. Completed Code Components project Documenting It takes time and it’s not only code Is there an Instructables-like standard for this?
  9. 9. Meeting new people Beyond forums Is face to face the only way?
  10. 10. Manufacturing is easy Well, easier. Creating a community around your product isn’t.
  11. 11. I’m only here for the day! Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino // alex@tinker.it Come talk to me!
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