GOOD Magazine has published the 2014 Good 100, a collection of people they feel “capture what it means to be a global citizen in 2014.” Ayah is included on the list as an “Open Hardware Champion.”
Opensource.com has included littleBits as an excellent tool for teaching kids about open hardware and electronics.
Ayah wrote an article about the Open Hardware Revolution and how littleBits is part of it.
Ayah recently appeared on Bloomberg TV where she was interviewed by Bloomberg West’s Emily Chan. They discussed the Maker Movement and littleBits’ role in it.
John Maeda, President of RISD and champion of the STEMtoSTEAM Movement, says: “littleBits [Bits™ modules] are undoubtedly new elements and affordable pieces of physics.” I am Karen Balliett and I lead Educational Strategy and Outreach for littleBits.
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 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ehEagp-Pqc&version=3&hl=en_US] The Hardware Innovation Workshop was followed by the Makerfaire event that took place in San Mateo on May 19-20. Click here […]
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 […]
With a group of open hardware enthusiasts, and The Open Hardware Summit participants, we released the Open Source Hardware Definition 1.0 today, and we were proud to provide one of the first endorsements. Go OSHW!
Peter Kirn from Create Digital Music writes about the Open Hardware Summit and littleBits in: Summit Touts Open Source Hardware
The inaugural Open Hardware Summit organized by littleBits, Buglabs, Creative Commons and Makerfaire is coming September 23rd to the New York Hall of Science! Attend, Speak, or Sponsor! The Open Hardware Summit was co-founded by littleBits founder Ayah Bdeir, and Alicia Gibb from BugLabs.
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.