Charles Sprinkle, systems engineer at Harman (manufacturer of a wide range of home and car audio and video products under a variety of brands including JBL) shows to Robert Scoble in the interview below, how open sources helps him to make his job effectively and also be able to share his ideas with others.
Sprinkle uses Arduino cards, 3D printing (FDM and SLA technology), open source and more in the speaker design, testing and building of new products for Harman. It is an awesome geeky insider videos showing the excellent uses of technology and how they could make the speakers sound so amazing.
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