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China's Open Source Hardware Movement

Around the world, the open source movement has been a boon to designers, artists and developers, providing them with free use of designs for electronic hardware and software, including 3D printers and game controllers. But in China, small companies like Circuitpot have another unique advantage: combining the knowledge available through the open source movement with China's cheap manufacturing, they are now pushing for innovation and exploring new avenues in design and development.

05.22.2013
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