Well known for several of his projects, Andrew “bunnie” Huang is one of the people who define maker culture. Driven solely by natural curiosity, he reverse-engineered a key portion of the original Xbox security. He was also the hardware lead for a consumer electronics project called chumby, which Wired Magazine touted as one of the top gadgets in 2008.1 More recently, bunnie helped design a Geiger counter for people in Japan after the nuclear power plant disaster in 2011.
He now lives in Singapore, where he runs his own hardware consultancy connecting US companies with the hardware ecosystem in China. If you ...