Fablabs, digital fabrication, DIY… What’s in store for 2017? Makery consulted experts, makers, fabmanagers and other tinkerers at the dawn of the new year.
Published 10 January 2017 by Caroline Grellier
Ecoteclab, makerspace dedicated to ecological initiatives, has just emerged in the Togolese capital. Meeting with a community of young enthusiasts at the Togo Maker Fest.
Published 10 January 2017 by Cherise Fong
For its 4th edition, the YouFab Global Creative Awards has selected 23 finalists. As we wait for the winners to be announced by Fabcafe Tokyo, here are our favorites.
Published 9 January 2017 by Nicolas Barrial
Pollution peaks are multiplying in Paris, Chamonix or Beijing. Review of prototypes that are already making pollution and solution rhyme.
Published 9 January 2017
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 3 January 2017
Clarius Mobile Health is authorized to commercialize its wireless ultrasound-stethoscope in the United States.
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 3 January 2017 by Nicolas Barrial
Nation of Makers was launched in 2016 by Adam Savage to promote making for everyone. Interview with its cofounder Stephanie Santoso, Making advisor at the White House.
Published 2 January 2017 by Adrien Malguy
Precious Plastic, the Dutch designer Dave Hakkens’ project of upcycling waste machines, is appearing around the world. Proof in Taiwan, during a workshop in a school with children.
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 20 December 2016 by Ewen Chardronnet
Part 2 of our interview with the Time’s Up collective from Linz on their floating investigation of fair trade sail cargo practices.
Published 20 December 2016 by Cherise Fong
Not only is the didgeridoo one of the world’s oldest musical instruments, it can help treat asthma and sleep apnea. Best of all, anyone can make one out of a plastic pipe.
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 13 December 2016 by Ewen Chardronnet
The artist collective based in the harbor of Linz for the past 20 years has become increasingly engaged in DIY nautical culture. Part 1 of a flowing interview.
Published 13 December 2016 by Cherise Fong
Hong Kong’s first makerspace has created a prototype of the electric vehicle of the future... which looks like a dome on wheels.
Published 13 December 2016 by Caroline Grellier
Is this the home stretch? Termatière, the business project specialized in the low-tech conception of new bio-sourced local materials, has never been as close to becoming a reality…
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 9 December 2016
Exactly one hundred years after his death in 1916, Japan’s most famous Meiji-era author, Natsume Soseki, was both commemorated and revived at a Tokyo University in the form of an android.
Published 6 December 2016
Open Gov Summit: French organizations promoting civil and digital liberties criticize France's flawed expression of open democracy.
Published 6 December 2016 by Nicolas Barrial
Makery rounded up a stocking full of 3D files for original decorations, gifts to make at home or in a fablab. For a DIY Christmas.