June 23, 2011 AT 2:19 pm
Open-source hardware suits kitchen-table start-up
Open-source hardware suits kitchen-table start-up, nice interview with Ian Lesnet!
Seeed Studio noticed an untapped need in the United States from engineers who have good ideas but lack the know-how and capital to start a production line. Seeed Studio’s first partner is Ian Lesnet, whose protocol debugger, Bus Pirate, became the first product of his new company, Dangerous Prototypes.
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