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November 2012

Thank you for checking out our project. If this is the sort of thing you are into, please consider supporting our fundraiser that will be launching after the new year. More info about this can be found here, for now.

Some might dismiss the Maker movement as a mere hobby of the geeky and privileged, and a certain level of tech-hype skepticism is always healthy. But the open DIY hacker ethos it represents can prove powerful and possibly transformative in less-privileged regions of the world. A stunning example of this …

The day has come. The day we have all been waiting for, our Indiegogo campaign is live! Seriously, we’re not kidding, check it out, tell your friends! (Source: