List of open-source hardware projects

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This is a list of open-source hardware projects, including computer systems and components, cameras, radio, telephony, science education, machines and tools, robotics, renewable energy, home automation, medical and biotech, automotive, prototyping, test equipment, and musical instruments.

Communications[edit]

Amateur radio[edit]

Audio electronics[edit]

  • Monome 40h – reconfigurable grid of 64 backlit buttons, used via USB; a limited batch of 500 was produced; all design process, specifications, firmware, and PCB schematics are available online
  • Neuros Digital Audio Computer – portable digital audio player
  • Arduinome
  • MIDIbox – modular DIY hardware–software platform for MIDI devices including controllers, synthesizers, sequencers

Telephony[edit]

Video electronics[edit]

Networking[edit]

  • NetFPGA – hardware platform, software, community, and education material to enable research and education effort in a line-rate network environment

Wireless networking[edit]

Electronics[edit]

  • Nitrokey – USB key for data and email encryption and strong authentication
  • NodeMCUWi-Fi microcontroller board
  • The Bus pirate – universal bus interface and programmer

Cameras[edit]

Computer systems[edit]

Robotics[edit]

Further information: Open-source robotics

Environmental[edit]

Renewable energy[edit]

Lighting and LED[edit]

  • LED Throwies – nondestructive graffiti and light displays

Housing[edit]

Architecture[edit]

  • WikiHouse – project to design and build houses

Furniture[edit]

Domotics[edit]

See List of home automation software#Proprietary hardware

Machines and production tools[edit]

Automotive[edit]

Complete vehicles[edit]

Main article: Open-source car

Engine control units[edit]

  • SECU-3 – gasoline engine control unit

Electric vehicle chargers[edit]

3D printers and scanners[edit]

Other hardware[edit]

Science[edit]

Medical devices[edit]

Scientific hardware[edit]

Repositories[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Cicero, Simone (27 December 2013). "10 of the Most Incredible Open Source Hardware Projects Born in 2013". Open Electronics. Futura Group. Retrieved 2017-03-12. 
  2. ^ OpenEV

External links[edit]