Together with Prototypes Berlin, Sono Motors are developing open source add-ons for the solar cell electric car.
Co-designing new ways to minimize leftover wood-waste from furniture production owith WaaG.
Simple cargo bikes that easily transforms thanks to customisable add-on modules.
Interchangeable modules and incentive models co-developed with MAKER Copenhagen
An open source hardware add-on to Android or iPhone that allows the user to connect to potentially hundreds of available sensors.
Concerned citizens being invited into the development of electronic sensors and building a community around better air quality.
Throughout five podcast episodes, we talk to open-source frontrunners, thought leaders, and experts about the business of going open.
This podcast is produced by DDC – Danish Design Center
The hosts introduce the Revenue Model Catalog – an open-source collection of strategic approaches and best practice examples from businesses making money by giving away their blueprint for free.
In this episode, open-source royalty and the main protagonist behind RepRap, Adrian Bowyer, share his experiences from the RepRap project and help us reflect on the episodes-old question; going open vs. staying closed.
Why is Open Source such a promising alternative to traditional product creation?
During the pandemic, we gathered project partners and open-source enthusiasts online to discuss the benefits, possibilities and challenges of open-source hardware production.