2017 is off to a chilly start. If your fingers are also feeling the frost, here is some DIY extra heating that you can put together in a couple shots.
Published 19 December 2016 by Carine Claude
Airblock is a shock absorber modular DIY drone that turns into a car as well as a hovercraft. Developed in China, to carry out stunts in mid air, on the ground and even in a swimming-pool.
Published 22 November 2016 by Carine Claude
Bart Bakker, pioneer of the maker movement, founder of the Minifablab in Utrecht, Netherlands, has designed a portable lab that you can cycle around with you: the Fabsladda
Published 15 November 2016 by Carine Claude
Police raid, building collapse... Dodging destiny, the Cairo Hackerspace team took to the road as nomads, driving a microbus through Egypt to meet the country’s makers.
Published 1 November 2016
Sprint session of ironic prototyping at the first French stupid hackathon organized by the Stereolux Arts and Technologies Laboratory in Nantes on October 29.
Published 20 October 2016
To reconstitute his lost memories, Colombian artist Fito Segrera created an installation that tinkers with your memories using an Open BCI (brain-computer interface) headset.
Published 11 October 2016 by Carine Claude
A hood to blind surveillance cameras, a public bench transformed into a shelter...“Hacker Citizen” is a book of recipes to reappropriate urban space.
Published 20 September 2016
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a €15m loan agreement with Ultimaker for its R&D and its educ “Pioneer program”.
Published 18 July 2016
More than 2,300km on the odometer and 30 labs visited in a month. The riders of the Fab Bike Tour pursue their European labs visits on bicycle.
Published 21 June 2016 by Carine Claude
Karim Asry and Cesar Garcia Saez, founding members of the brand new association of Spanish labs, were in Toulouse at the Fablab Festival. Encounter.
Published 3 May 2016 by Carine Claude
From frenzy to strokes of genius to missed opportunities, the industrial history of additive manufacturing is a spiky journey to the present. Second part of our investigation.
Published 5 April 2016 by Carine Claude
Growth crisis? The 3D printer and promises of digital fabrication for all are struggling to make their way into households despite a high-growth global market.
Published 29 March 2016
The artist Gilles Azzaro has 3D printed Neil Gershenfeld's voice at Artilect fablab in Toulouse (France). He answers the question “What is fablab?”
Published 22 March 2016
An international team of scientists has developed a technique to 3D print graphene aerogel, the world's lightest material weighing in at 7.5 times lighter than air.
Published 8 March 2016
A surprising study confirms it: the sounds of 3D printers reveal crucial information on the source code of printed objects.
Published 24 February 2016
Paris launched its plan to elevate the French capital into “a city of makers” on par with Barcelona and New York.
Published 22 February 2016
Two German artists clandestinely scanned Nefertiti's famous bust and then put the files online under free license.
Published 16 February 2016
Without mention of the coder's gender, open source programs designed by women are better than that of men, according to an American university study published on February 9.