Now seeking your financial support on Kickstarter, the MAKERphone is a kit for a DIY mobile phone that you can program yourself as you learn how it works.
Mobile phones are revolutionary. They’ve changed and shaped the life of a modern man like nothing else.
Everybody has one and daily activities without this tiny black “brick” are unthinkable for most of us.
Despite their presence little does an average person know what’s inside this magical device.
With MAKERphone we’re trying to show people that every machine you see was designed by a human being not different nor smarter than themselves.
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