Navi Radjou, co-author of the best-seller “Jugaad innovation”, returns to the roots of frugal ingenuity. Or how makerspaces in India will “activate the chakras” of future entrepreneurs.
Published 27 February 2018 by Carine Claude
From February 10-14, the Makers Asylum in Mumbai got together a hundred or so people for a Franco-Indian hackathon aiming to find DIY solutions to disability. Portraits.
Published 20 February 2018 by Carine Claude
From February 10-14, we were at Maker’s Asylum in Mumbai for a Franco-Indian hackathon with the association My Human Kit. Or the art of dealing with disability in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Published 16 November 2017 by Carine Claude
The maker world has taken a blow. On Wednesday, November 15, the TechShop makerspace chain, now liquidated, announced the closure of its ten locations in the United States.
Published 7 November 2017 by Carine Claude
With 18,000 visitors from November 2-4 in Namur, Belgium, the 7th Kikk festival conciliates between the general public and a specialized program mixing art, DIY and tech. Recipe.
Published 19 September 2017
Among more than 200 masterpieces from its collections, the British Museum published the 3D model of the famous Rosetta Stone.
Published 12 September 2017 by Carine Claude
With a head full of educational projects, the founder of the two Indian makerspaces Maker’s Asylum is travelling the world to spread the word. Meeting.
Published 13 June 2017
The cream of the contemporary art world has finally caught up to the virtual reality frenzy. Never too late...
Published 30 May 2017
Early May, NASA launched a call for projects to create the future fablab of the International Space Station and develop digital fabrication in orbit.
Published 23 May 2017
After launching the Bio Academy and the Textile Academy, the Fab Academy is considering expanding its programs to design and storytelling.
Published 4 April 2017 by Carine Claude
Fabmanagers, entrepreneur makers, administrators... Makery wanted to know more about the job situation in the labs by surveying the maker community, in France and abroad.
Published 14 March 2017 by Carine Claude
Biotinkerers, bio-artists and open science communities are miniaturizing their labs in order to bring DIYbio to the masses. Part 2 of our selection of boxes, kits and cases.
Published 28 February 2017 by Carine Claude
For coding, prototyping or just having fun, makers are outdoing each with clever ways to fit digital fabrication into a box. Part 1 of our selection of kits and cases.
Published 21 February 2017
Space10, supported by Ikea, released files under an open licence of the Growroom, a DIY urban garden kit. A new strategy for the Swedish company?
Published 31 January 2017 by Carine Claude
During a workshop on January 27-28 in Paris, The Yes Men, masters of hoax, shared their recipes for staging peaceful acts of protest and poking fun at the media. Ingredients.
Published 23 January 2017 by Carine Claude
Here the tutorial for the Pussy Hat, the pink hat with cat ears worn by thousands of protesters during the Women’s March on Washington on January 21. The fun anti-Trump symbol.
Published 3 January 2017 by Carine Claude
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.