World Maker Faire New York 2014
The InMoov DIY Robotic Arm Kits allow anyone, without background knowledge, to build a robotic arm in under an hour, and get started with high tech open source robotics.
Bram Geenen and Richard Hulskes, two makers from Amsterdam, launched Wevolver as a website where anyone can explore, share and create blueprints of open source technology.
Gael Langevin is a sculptor and model maker from Paris. He shared his open source robotic arm in 2012 and got so many positive reactions that he continued building the full human scale robot.
Tweetonig consists of John Tillema and Dimer Schaefer. They graduated in Industrial Design and formed their design and engineering studio in which they work a lot with 3D printing and Arduino.