07 Sep '13, 5pm

Open Hardware Summit 2013 – Part 1: Demos

Open Hardware Summit 2013 – Part 1: Demos

is a modern day and open hardware Camera Lucida drawing aid. [Pablo] wanted to give his students access to this 200 year old technology, but Camera Lucidas are collectibles and cost over $300. He solved the problem with a prism on a gooseneck. After a unexpectedly successful Kickstarter campaign, he was able to source the prisms in volume and build the devices. It’s also very open: STL files for the parts will be available to download and 3D print, and [Pablo] will sell you just the prism. [Pablo] admitted that it’s really just “a prism on a stick,” but the project has created a strong community and introduced many people to the drawing aid.

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