Open design is the application of open source methods to the creation of physical products, machines and systems. For a great introduction see Stallman's essay "Why We Need Free Digital Hardware Designs"
Open source hardware[edit | edit source]
Open design tools[edit | edit source]
- CoCreate - CoCreate OneSpace.net is a commercial "internet-based collaboration solution tuned to the specific needs of engineering teams. Clients, suppliers and team members can easily come together for online meetings and project reviews, visualize complex 3D designs and manage project documentation."
Open design projects[edit | edit source]
on Appropedia[edit | edit source]
All designs at Appropedia are open in a sense, but some are more actively open.
online sites[edit | edit source]
- Open Source Hardware Association
- Open Source Ecology
- Open Architecture Network
- Open source hardware and design alliance
- Global Open Science Hardware
Notes and references[edit | edit source]
- ↑ Open design on an "Open Source wiki"
- ↑ It might be considered inappropriate to use commercial, non-free/open source software to develop open designs, but of course it depends whether there are practical alternatives.
See also[edit | edit source]
- Open hardware
- Open Design Collaboration
- Open source appropriate technology
- Category on Open Design
- Summer of Make
External links[edit | edit source]
- Wikia:Opensource:Open design
- Wikipedia:Open design
- Wikipedia:Open source hardware
- p2pfoundation:Product Hacking - extensive links
- p2pfoundation:Category:Design - extensive links
- MULTIMACHINE: DIY Open Source Machinery
- Product Hacking - by Stephen Vermeulen
- Chris Anderson Talks to PSFK About Open Source Technology
- Open Innovation Projects - Community driven directory of open source innovation projects
- Great summary of OSHW from a company perspective at SparkFun
- OSHW Quick Reference Guide
- Great example run down LEGAL PRACTICES OF DIDIY HARDWARE TECHNOLOGIES