What is open hardware?

“Open hardware,” or “open source hardware,” refers to the design specifications of a physical object which are licensed in such a way that said object can be studied, modified, created, and distributed by anyone. “Open hardware” is a set of design principles and legal practices, not a specific type of object. The term can therefore refer […]

Learn Arduino without C

Ever wanted an excuse to learn Arduino, but don’t want to learn C/C++? Don’t worry. I’ve got you covered. I’ve published three articles on the Safari Books Online blog that show you how to take your existing JavaScript skillz and turn them in to a powerful force of hardware and blinking LED lights … and […]