Posts tagged with “make-magazine”

littleBits on the cover of MAKE! September 12, 2014

The current issue of MAKE Magazine profiles littleBits and its evolution from early prototypes to the cloudBit and other recent product launches.

“‘It’s already been a hit,’ says Richard Ganas, one of Quirky’s product designers, about the company’s new littleBits Pro Library, a massive collection of trim pots, sliders, buzzers, LEDS, motors, sensors, and other gadgets needed to quickly build novel circuits.”

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Ayah Bdeir on Maker Camp August 14, 2013

On Monday, August 12th our Founder and CEO Ayah Bdeir held a Make: Believe Maker Camp session on Google+. During this session she discussed her background as an engineer and designer, how she came up with the idea for littleBits and how littleBits can help you build projects that bring your imagination to life.

littleBits part of the Hardware Innovation Workshop May 17, 2012

On May 16, we were honored to take part in the HIW and were one of 30 makers discussing open hardware. More about littleBits at HIW: Makezine Fabspaces Cnet Ayah’s talk below: [youtube] The Hardware Innovation Workshop was followed by the Makerfaire event that took place in San Mateo on May 19-20. Click here […]

Ayah Speaking at the Maker Hardware Innovation workshop next week! May 8, 2012

We have some exciting news!! Ayah Bdeir, founder of littleBits, is going to be speaking at the Maker Hardware innovation workshop that’s taking place on May 15-16. What is Hardware innovation workshop? It’s a workshop where MAKE magazine “hosts an inspired conversation and curated tour of the unique culture, enabling technologies, and innovations of the […]

MAKE Spotlight on littleBits September 16, 2011

Dale Dougherty, founder of MAKE, came to visit us at our office and shot a littleBits spotlight for MAKE and MAKERFAIRE. Don’t forget to catch us at Makerfaire September 17th and 18th, 2011!        

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Opening Hardware Workshop March 17, 2010

littleBits organizes Opening Hardware workshop at Eyebeam with Creative Commons, Arduino, MAKE, Adafruit, and many others! The workshop was conceived of and put together by Ayah Bdeir, Founder of littleBits, to share some learnings from research she developed with Creative Commons and to share questions on applying open source software principles to hardware.