Make your own Touchscreen Stylus Brush

Rainy Day Magazine features an article on how to make a stylus and brush for capacitive touch screens like the iPad/iPhone etc out of some stripped copper wire and a ball point pen casing. The article contains lots of great information, links, ideas and photos and is well worth a read. [via] DIY iPad Brush…Continue reading “Make your own Touchscreen Stylus Brush”

Open-source hardware heads towards mainstream?

Interesting article on Computerworld talks about the emergence of open-source hardware and the ways it seems to be moving towards more mainstream acceptance. Open-source hardware developments offer great hope and advantages for the adaptive technology field where there is not a huge mass market need and such specialisation and individualised needs exist. Here’s a snippetContinue reading “Open-source hardware heads towards mainstream?”

Make Open source hardware list 2009

Make has put together a list of Open Source Hardware projects. These are projects in which the creators have decided to completely publish all the source, schematics, firmware, software, bill of materials, parts list, drawings and “board” files to recreate the hardware – they also allow any use, including commercial. Similar to open source softwareContinue reading “Make Open source hardware list 2009”