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Tickets are now on sale and you can also sponsor the OSHW summit.

The Open Hardware Summit will be a one day event held on Sept. 15th, 2011 at the New York Hall of Science (map). We hope that you’ll join us!

We are releasing some reduced price early bird tickets now, get yours quick! There is a limited number of early bird tickets and the prices WILL GO UP!

We have two types of tickets, all tickets include: Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks, Post-conference Drinks, and an amazing goodie bag! (Ticket types are not enforced, so please exercise your judgment).

  • EARLY BIRD – Starving Artist Pass: ($35) For artists, students and non-profits
  • EARLY BIRD – Summit Pass: ($70) Everybody else

GET TICKETS NOW.


Next up! Sponsor the Open Source Hardware Summit

Sponsorship for the Open Hardware Summit is open! Special thanks to our sponsors who have already donated.

The summit is in its second iteration in partnership with MAKE and Makerfaire at the New York Hall of Science. Last year, 350 people came together to share knowledge about bringing open hardware to market, solving issues around open design, protocols and licensing. Many more people watched online and got involved in the conversation through the forums and twitter. Together with support from you, we have gained more momentum as a team. The definition we signed last year was turned into a license by CERN. We held a logo competition which received 129 submissions and chose one by popular vote. The summit continues to be about the DIY, Maker, small scale (and growing to large) fabrication movements and Open Hardware, and legalese around open source hardware.

By sponsoring the Open Hardware Summit you’ll be fostering the open source hardware movement. Read more about Why to Sponsor.

This is a non-profit event. Extra funds from sponsorship will be put toward a scholarship for creating open hardware.

Would you like to Sponsor? Your donation is tax deductible. Thanks to Eyebeam Art and Technology center, our non-profit fiscal sponsor for handling the finances.

Phillip Torrone

Editor at large – Make magazine. Creative director – Adafruit Industries, contributing editor – Popular Science. Previously: Founded – Hack-a-Day, how-to editor – Engadget, Director of product development – Fallon Worldwide, Technology Director – Braincraft.


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