Demo tables will be open to browse for both days of the conference. Each day from 11:50-12:50pm all demo table exhibitors will be present at their table to answer questions, and optionally present during all other Summit hours.
|How Are Solar Panels Made?||Two mini-games hosted on a solar-powered Raspberry Pi server let players explore the construction, maintenance, and disposal of solar panels. Through a mobile hotspot, players can connect their own device to the server and access the games|
|Speaking Toys with Technical University Berlin||We will focus on two open hardware projects: Make your toys speak, and, how to transform speech into an image on a display. We use cheap and commonly available hardware components|
|Miami Memory Machine||The Machine is activated by a hot drink – like a cup of coffee – connecting with the microcontroller, and every sip you take triggers another memory you can watch on the laptop. In this way, you too can reminisce over a life in Miami|
|SnapperGPS||The SnapperGPS receiver is a small, low-power, low-cost location data logger. It employs the snapshot GNSS technology, and offloads the computationally expensive data processing to the cloud|
|Freespireco: Cooperating Open Human Respiration Devices||Imagine a table with a functional free-design medical ventilator rhythmically filling a test lung. We will interactively demonstrate all of the Freespireco devices, and can discuss the state of open source medical devices in general|
|Open Source Sex Machine||The open source sex machine is a compact, affordable, programmable and friendly sex machine for anyone who wants to build their own.|
|Harris Lab||The lab will be displaying some of their open source creations that explore fluid mechanics and soft matter supported by mathematical and numerical modelling techniques.|