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Open hardware is changing lives

Jen Wike

Shea Stollenwerk was born without fingers but has brand new, bright pink ones now! Hackerspaces, where kids and adults collaborate on hardware projects, have found a place in small towns and large cities alike across the globe. And boards like Raspberry Pi are affordable. The open hardware revolution has arrived.

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