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Morgellon - *Duino-Punk! Manifesting Open Source in Physical Space from Outerz0ne 5 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Morgellon - *Duino-Punk! Manifesting Open Source in Physical Space from Outerz0ne 5

    The goal is to promote the idea of open source hardware, and expand the community. We will begin with an intro into what an "arduino micro controller" is, how they work, and what you can do with them. You will see that you don't need to be an electronics wizard to create amazing projects that enhance your life! Whether a code ninja, hardware guru, enthusiast, a pro or total n00b, the arduino offers amazing potential, community, and empowerment to any who wish to grasp it.

Website: http://dailyduino.com (blog for arduino projects and related electronics news.)

Bio:
Morgellon enjoys working with technology in all forms. He studied electronics and robotics while in school and has recently graduated with an AAS degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology. Inspired by sci-fi, fantasy, anime and cyberpunk themes, he aims to create open source projects that mesh art and technology in new and ever interesting, yet still practical ways. He hopes to share and exchange ideas with a

Related Links:
http://dailyduino.com
http://www.outerz0ne.org/
http://hackerconsortium.com
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http://archive.org/download/Outerz0ne2009/Irongeek-MorgellonDuinoPunkManifestingOpenSourceInPhysicalSpace356.avi
http://blip.tv/file/get/Irongeek-MorgellonDuinoPunkManifestingOpenSourceInPhysicalSpace356.avi

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Special thanks to Scott and Brandon Moulton for the AV work, and SkyDog for letting me rip the videos.

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