For Erasmus+, EU finances a €984,865 program to promote exchange between industry players, universities and maker communities to develop open fabrication and design.
Published 20 December 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
On December 17 and 18, at Goldsmith University, in Great-Britain, took place the first hackathon to thwart the relations between sex and technology. Report.
Published 10 December 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
A hundred artists explore the themes of science fiction and space with a DIY and dystopian aesthetic inside a car park in London. Pictures of “Big Deal No 7”, an exhibition at Q-Park in Whitcomb Street.
Published 1 December 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
On November 26 and 27, the artist Tomás Saraceno brought together researchers from the most prestigious universities in the world for a hackathon unlike any other. Objective: invent the Aerocene era.
Published 29 November 2016
Agricool recycles containers into organic strawberry tanks in town. And it works: the start-up has just raised €4 million.
Published 28 November 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
French researcher Mathieu Le Goc’s mini-robots, a new form of manipulable interface, charmed the Web. Explanations.
Published 21 November 2016
Designer Isis Shiffer won the James Dyson Award for her EcoHelmet, a paper folding helmet designed with a honeycomb structure giving its strength.
Published 21 November 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
Hackoustic brings together ten or so sound artists in London. Circuit bending, DIY lute-making, 3D printed records... these maker musicians share their knowledge and exhibit their talents.
Published 15 November 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
Astrophysicist David Clements, with a group of students from Imperial College London, has converted the mapping of “the oldest light in the universe” into a 3D printer file. Makery met the man.
Published 8 November 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
In Great Britain, a junior high school is welcoming a rather peculiar resident: Cinder, an augmented reality cat fed with solar power and in charge of making sustainable architecture visible.
Published 27 October 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
The flourishing start-up of Alex Klein, 26, has already sold 100,000 DIY computer kits and is launching a new range of tech objects to build and code yourself. Encounter.
Published 22 October 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
The Chemputer, developed by Lee Cronin with support from BAE Systems, is one of the first prototypes to seriously tackle digitizing chemistry.
Published 14 October 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
Welcome to the future. In less than a month, two titles composed by artificial intelligence have exceeded 1.5 million views on the Web.
Published 26 September 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
While Apple just announced the demise of the jack on its new iPhone and new wireless earpieces, Makery shows you how to transform wired headphones into bluetooth for $20.
Published 12 September 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
Robotization against unemployment… At “la Fête de l’Huma”, the philosopher Bernard Stiegler and the politician Patrick Braouezec presented a European alternative.
Published 6 September 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
On one side, an Italian house made of rudimentary clay, 3D printed for almost nothing. On the other side, a bio-plastic tiny house for rent, 3D printed by Dutch DUS Architects.
Published 30 August 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
Since 1986, the Burning Man festival has set the Black Rock desert in Nevada on fire. As this 30th edition begins on August 28, Makery investigated this place of technomakers.
Published 7 July 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
With 21 million views, Wintergatan’s Marble Machine is a YouTube hit. Interview with its creator, Martin Molin, a born maker.
Published 5 July 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
By day, they are designers, artists or producers. By night, they are Trafo Pop, a gang of bikers on bicycles with jackets flocked with LEDs. Discover the Berlin “hackerspace on wheels”.