#Fablab Festival. In Toulouse, the talks, barcamps and round tables were furiously lacking in women. Makery managed to meet a few female makers, however, their pockets full of projects.
Published 16 May 2017 by Annick Rivoire
#Fablab Festival. More of a great Make celebration than the makers’ rendezvous: the Toulouse festival welcomed 9,000 visitors from May 11 to 14. Report.
Published 16 May 2017 by Victor Didelot
#Fablab Festival. The Low-tech Lab presented in Toulouse a wind turbine made from salvage materials. And it only costs €15. Tutorial.
Published 16 May 2017
Tortoises ridden by robots that guide them is the experience of a team of Korean researchers. A first step towards biobots?
Published 16 May 2017 by Ewen Chardronnet
#Fablab Festival. Interview with Krzysztof Nawratek, architect and urbanist from the University of Sheffield, about the essay he directed, “Urban Re-industrialization”.
Published 9 May 2017
Researchers in the United States demonstrated that the replication of the HIV could be stopped thanks to the CRISPR-Cas9 technique, kind of genetic scissors.
Published 9 May 2017 by Nicolas Barrial
Sound waves hide strange patterns, first revealed in the 19th century by the founder of modern acoustics Ernst Chladni, who used a vibrating plate. The DIY version by the cofounder of a Belgian hackerspace.
Published 5 May 2017
Safecast, best known for its DIY Geiger counter, the bGeigie, just announced on April 29 its newest device: Solarcast has sensors to measure temperature, humidity, radiation and air quality.
Published 5 May 2017 by Annick Rivoire
For WYHIWYS (What You Hear Is What You See), creation for Makery, the artist Damien Bourniquel composes a mash-up of Youtube videos shaped by ASMR.
Published 2 May 2017 by Nicolas Barrial
Thin as an atom, stronger than steel, and the best known conductor of electricity, graphene is a revolution. But patents are piling up, as are prototypes, and we can’t wait to use it.
Published 28 April 2017 by Cherise Fong
Conceived with Japanese farmers in mind, UECS-Pi is a functional prototype of an autonomous greenhouse that runs on a Raspberry Pi connected to an Arduino.
Published 28 April 2017
Programing an assistant robot has never been as simple, thanks to the software developed by a team from Georgia Tech University that offers a point and click interface.
Published 28 April 2017 by David Rochelet
David Rochelet, who founded the Doualab in Cameroon, is also part of the adventure of the Ongola Fablab, the first in the capital Yaoundé. He tells us about its opening on April 6.
Published 25 April 2017 by Adrien Malguy
Taiwan is renovating its military-industrial heritage. The ex-military base of Treasure Hill was turned into an artistic village where the OpenLab Taipei is blossoming.
Published 25 April 2017 by Caroline Grellier
With very limited access to drinkable water in Africa, the distribution of Pure Water bags has been organized since the 2000s. And has lead to an environmental plague. Recycling projects emerge.