Open Hardware Summit 2018 badge
- Additonal details to be announced
- Visit the Hackaday.io project for discussion
- Future documenation website: https://oshwabadge2018.github.io
OSH Park will be producing electronic conference badges for the 2018 Open Hardware Summit on September 27th at MIT
The current concept is to have:
- ESP32 microcontroller with WiFi and Bluetooth
- E-Paper to display the badge wearer's name
- Use wireless communication (WiFi or BLE) to allow badge wearer to update the displayed text from an Android or iOS phone
Quantity 300 badges are required for OHS 2018 on September 27th.
Maximum total budget per badge is: $25 (that will have to include components, batteries, PCB, assembly, lanyard, packaging)
Production plan: The badge circuit boards will be pick-n-place assembled by a professional assembly service. A test jig will need to be created for the assembler to test the badges.
Production deadline: September 1st, 2018
OSHWA Certified Open Source Hardware
- Open Hardware Summit 2018 badge has now officially been certified as open source hardware by the Open Source Hardware Association.
- UID is: US000133
- Details: http://certificate.oshwa.org/certification-directory/
CERN Open Hardware Licence v1.2