Audio files from the Open Hardware Summit #openhwsummit #openhardware

Open Hardware SummitAudio files from the Open Hardware Summit at the New York Hall of Science – Sep 23 2010. (Video is coming)

INTRODUCTION

Welcome [mp3] [ogg] [video]

  • Peter Semmelhack, Bug Labs
  • Ayah Bdeir, Creative Commons & littleBits
  • Alicia Gibb, Bug Labs & NYCResistor

WHY DO OPEN HARDWARE?

INSTITUTION Sprint talks

  •     Amanda McDonald Crowley, EYEBEAM: ‘Open Art and Tech’ [mp3] [ogg] [slides]
  •     Jim Barkley & Sam Sayer, MITRE: ‘ARx: Almost-Ready-to-Anything’ [mp3] [ogg] [slides]
  •     Andy Lee, NASA: ‘NASA’s Open Lab’ [mp3] [ogg]

OPEN HARDWARE IN REALITY

BUSINESS: Open hardware business models [mp3] [ogg] [slides]

  •     Moderator: Eric von Hippel, MIT Sloan School of Management
  •     Chris Anderson, DIYdrones & Wired
  •     Peter Semmelhack, Bug Labs
  •     David Carrier, Parallax
  •     Phil Torrone, Adafruit & Make
  •     Massimo Banzi, Arduino
  •     Bunnie Huang, Chumby

PRODUCTIZING: Scaling/ Manufacturing/ Moving beyond DIY [mp3] [ogg]

  •     Moderator: Dale Dougherty, Make
  •     Eric Pan, Seeed Studio
  •     Matt Peddicord, Buglabs
  •     Clint Cooley, Circuit Co
  •     Nathan Seidle, Sparkfun
  •     Paulo Blikstein, Stanford University & GoGoBoard
  •     Taylor Hokanson, DIYLILCNC

VENUE

  • Eric Siegel – New York Hall of Science [mp3] [ogg]

LAW: Open hardware licenses and norms [mp3] [ogg]

  •    Moderator: David Mellis, Arduino & MIT Media Lab
  •     Windell Oskay, Evil Mad Scientist
  •     Wendy Seltzer, Harvard University: Berkman Center for Internet & Society
  •     Matt Stack, Liquidware
  •     Michael Weinberg, Public Knowledge
  •     Peter Brown, Free Software Foundation
  •     Xavier Carcelle, OHANDA

DESIGN sprint talks

  •     Dave Vondle, IDEO: ‘Re-examining Design for Open-Source Hardware’ [mp3] [ogg] [slides]
  •     Georgina Voss, Tinker: ‘To Build a (Smart) Home’ [mp3] [ogg]
  •     Mike Kuniavsky, ThingM: ‘Three crappy Open Hardware situations we’ve had to deal with, and what we did.’ [mp3] [ogg]

EDUCATION sprint talks

  •     Leah Buechley, MIT Media Lab: ‘OSH in the Academy’ [mp3] [ogg]
  •     Dan Steingart, City College CUNY: ‘Ardustat:A Case Study in Open Source Hardware for Academics’ [mp3] [ogg] [slides]
  •     Michael Shiloh, Teach Me to Make: ‘Highly Learnable Open Hardware’ [mp3] [ogg] [slides]

DEFINITION AND DISCUSSION

*     Ayah Bdeir, Creative Commons & littleBits: Introduction of definition 1.0 and signing [mp3] [ogg]