Andrew “bunnie” Huang is founder of bunnie studios and the former lead hardware engineer at Chumby. He has a PhD in electrical engineering from MIT and has contributed to many open-source hardware projects. In 2002, bunnie became the first person to hack the Xbox and subsequently release a book about the experience. We sat down with bunnie to discuss his personal journey in hardware, his new projects, and what hardware entrepreneurs overlook when designing their product.
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