Pocket Science Lab (PSLab) is a project developed by FOSSASIA (Asia open source developer community). The goal is to create an Open Source hardware device (open on all layers) that can be used for experiments by teachers, students and citizen scientists to learn and teach electronics.
The hardware comes with a firmware, desktop app, android app - all open source.
This tiny pocket lab provides an array of sensors for doing science and engineering experiments. It comes with functions of numerous measurement devices including an oscilloscope, a waveform generator, a frequency counter, a programmable voltage, current source and as a data logger.
During Maker Faire Berlin, we would live demo electronics experiments and use cases of the device. Participants are welcome to try out and play with the device via their mobile phone.
Organized by FOSSASIA
FOSSASIA is an open-source organization registered in Singapore with two offices: one in Vietnam and one in Germany. FOSSASIA develops software applications for social change using a wide-range of technologies. Projects range from Free and Open Source software, to design, graphics and hardware.
FOSSASIA runs a network of 25,000 members across the globe, offers technical consultancy services on open source solutions and organizes education program and tech events around the world.