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The world’s first open source LED flashlight

The world’s first open source LED flashlight

2016-02-22

Robot master Christian Carlberg has created a knife sawing robot Minion, and now suddenly became interested in flashlight. He invented the world’s first open-source programmable flashlight. HexBright can provide ultra-high brightness, fivefold of traditional LED flashlight.
It is available in two models, Prime maximum light output is 350 lumens; Flex, embedded microprocessors, programmable, USB charging and programming, the maximum output of 500 lumens. Carlberg released the source code of the software, hardware manufacturing drawings, and create a project commercial open source flashlight with another expert Kickstarter.