The PIF Camp took place this early August in the pristine nature of Trenta, a spectacular Alpine valley in the Triglav National Park in Slovenia.
Published 13 July 2015 by la rédaction
3D printing, robotics, ironworking, fun hacking, coding time… At camp or in the fablabs, it's a DiY summer for budding makers.
Published 7 July 2015 by la rédaction
Camps, festivals... Whether you're a practicing hacker or just a beginner, Makery made a selection of maker-related events to make sure you spend a great summer.
Published 4 May 2015 by la rédaction
A big success for the 2nd edition of the Paris Maker Faire that quadrupled its visits this year, setting up at the Paris Trade Fair on the 2nd and 3rd of May.
Published 24 March 2015 by la rédaction
“Hackerspaces are really taking off in China”, writes Mitch Altman. The co-founder of Noisebridge hackerspace in San Francisco has been organizing Hacker Trips in China for a decade.
Published 17 February 2015 by la rédaction
Arduino founder Massimo Banzi was in Paris in early February, just in time for a lecture, two days of workshops and an interview for Makery.
Published 27 January 2015 by la rédaction
Outburst against the « popularity » of fablab projects (the possibility of doing rather than doing) by Grégory Chatonsky, the French pioneer of net-art.
Published 13 January 2015 by la rédaction
What does 2015 have in store for digital fabrication and labs ? Experts, futurologists, fabmanagers and other DIY coders answered this question for Makery (part 2).
Published 6 January 2015 by la rédaction
As Season’s Greetings, Makery asked the same question to a bunch of experts, makers, artists and fabmanagers: what do you predict for 2015 concerning labs and/or digital fabrication?
Published 9 December 2014 by la rédaction
Here we go for LeWeb 2014. Makery presents the first «Pop-Up Lab» to introduce a bit of maker culture in this digital economy arena.
Published 2 December 2014 by la rédaction
Seven 3D-printed models of defective hearts were announced by a research surgeon at a medical congress in the USA. A few rare infants have already benefitted from this diagnostic aid.
Published 24 November 2014 by la rédaction
Makery offers you an extract from “Digital Craftsmen” e-book. Johan Söderberg, researcher in information technology, questions intellectual property in the fablab era.
Published 11 November 2014 by la rédaction
Sporty, curious, worried? And what if you made your cardiac sensor yourself?
Published 9 October 2014
The Plantoid project, which received 1.6 million euros in financing from the European Union’s Future and Emerging Technologies programme, copies plants in order to advance robotics.
Published 7 October 2014 by la rédaction
“Tell Me” is a prototype of a connected music box that conveys “mood sounds”.
Published 30 September 2014 by la rédaction
When floods are coming, there is a way to convert a smoke detector into a water detector. Here’s how.
Published 23 September 2014 by la rédaction
In order to supply power to all sorts of objects, the LittleBits EMG SpikerBox kit uses muscular electric activity.
Published 16 September 2014 by la rédaction
Learn how to grow herbs with little or no maintenance on your bookshelf.
Published 7 July 2014 by la rédaction
Published 1 July 2014 by la rédaction
"Sur les rails" is the fruit of the collaborative labour between sound artists keen on circuit bending and autistic and disabled people.