The long-term aim of Alexis and Blanche is to produce energy from sources on their permaculture farm: biomass, sun, geothermal. Here is their energy strategy interim plan.
Published 23 January 2018 by Elsa Ferreira
The symposium of RGCS, international network of researchers around collaborative workspaces, took place in London mid-January. Report.
Published 16 January 2018 by Cherise Fong
Bioart, minimalist architecture, haptic digits, 3D-printed new materials… winners in review of the 6th edition of the YouFab international competition for digital fabrication.
Published 16 January 2018 by Annick Rivoire
Having written for Makery the soundtrack of lab machines, Jean-Philippe Renoult composed “Make Sound, binaural Fablab Opera” for a prestigious art radio program.
Published 16 January 2018 by Elsa Ferreira
At Green Lab in London, we attended a workshop to create an aquaponic system. In order to be an aquaponist, you need to know a bit of everything: chemistry, design, plumbing, maths...
Published 9 January 2018 by la rédaction
In 2015, two fans of the maker movement conceived MakerTour, a journey through France and Europe. Following their lead, MakerTour Asia was launched two years later. We look back on their journeys.
Published 9 January 2018
January 12 marks the release of “Hello World”, fruit of the collaboration between composer Benoit Carré, the AI Flow Machines and guest artists.
Published 9 January 2018 by Nicolas Barrial
Build this LEDs mirror in five steps and admire yourself endlessly thanks to the tunnel effect. This ultra simple tutorial also works for a futuristic coffee table.
Published 19 December 2017 by Ewen Chardronnet
Makery is organizing its first big event around Open Science Hardware and open hardware for healthcare. Hitherto unseen in France.
Published 19 December 2017 by la rédaction
As the TechShop saga rages on in the U.S., a new TechShop opens inside Station F in Paris, while TechShop Tokyo forges ahead with impassive optimism.
Published 19 December 2017 by Elsa Ferreira
In 2011, the Music Hackspace was a group of noisy hackers getting together in a café. Six years later, the collective moved into a prestigious cultural institution in London.
Published 19 December 2017 by Rob La Frenais
How can we prepare the cohabitation of robots and humans on the Moon? Artists and space experts discussed the issues at the first workshop of the Moon Village Association in Strasbourg, France.
Published 12 December 2017
The UN rewards a young British engineer for having designed a hydroponic system that uses ten times less water and cultivated area than conventional horticulture.
Published 12 December 2017 by Elsa Ferreira
For the love of art, science and Afrofuturism, we boarded a spacecraft full of DNA catchers.
Published 8 December 2017 by Nicolas Barrial
Live on the Internet, on December 5, Paris Hospitals carried out shoulder surgery via a collaborative mixed-reality platform, raising the question of the Cloud in hospitals.
Published 5 December 2017
The next Fab Academy will begin in January, an intensive five-month course created at the MIT by Neil Gershenfeld and hosted by more than 80 labs in 36 different countries.
Published 5 December 2017 by Elsa Ferreira
In London, the Green Lab has been exploring agritech and urban agriculture for six months. We took part in an aquaponics workshop to meet them.
Published 5 December 2017 by Cherise Fong
Not all conversational robots are sinister or subservient. With minimalist means, some manage to explore new styles of human-machine interaction. Our top 10 chatbots.
Published 28 November 2017 by la rédaction
Tension is rising in the maker community. La Casemate, a fablab in Grenoble, France, was destroyed by arson on November 21. A political act against the “nuisance” of fablabs, claimed anonymously. Reactions and solidarity follow.
Published 28 November 2017 by Elsa Ferreira
On November 24-26, the student technology club at Goldsmiths University in London held the second edition of Sex Tech Hack, just as fiercely inclusive and indie as the first.