nScope - Maker Faire

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Meeting with Nick Marchuk, a professor at a Northwestern University in Illinois, found that there weren’t enough of the expensive desktop tools available for all students to experiment with their circuits. With his co-creator, David Meyer, they decided to do something about it and created nScope so that everyone could have access and for less than the cost of a textbook. Our interview discusses why exactly they needed a something like the nScope, the development process they went through, and the capabilities of their low-cost tool. For more info about their tool, go to their website - http://www.nscope.org/.

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