Introducing 3D-printed gastronomy! 3D Printshow in Paris set up a kitchen at Le Carrousel du Louvre on October 17 and 18.
Published 17 October 2014 by Jullian Champenois
SAM completed its KickStarter campaign in 3 days, and just won 3 prizes at New York's Maker Faire. This Internet of Things development kit allows you to forget about coding.
Published 14 October 2014 by Carine Claude
Bedtime Board, a mural night light made with LilyPad Arduino, lets babies fall asleep to the sound of a lullaby against a starry sky.
Published 14 October 2014 by Fabien Eychenne
Explore the local playground of DIY paulistas with Fabien Eychenne, a fablab specialist who recently relocated to Brazil’s economic capital.
Published 14 October 2014 by Ewen Chardronnet
The Turtle, DIY car made in Ghana, can be seen (and tried) at the Bel Ordinaire art centre in Pau (France) as part of the exhibition “Disnovation”, focus of the Accès(s) festival.
Published 13 October 2014 by Francis Mizio
“The first shared composter in the world” was introduced on the 11th of October in Nantes. This fine piece of urban furniture is technologically advanced and could well multiply in Europe.
Published 7 October 2014 by Quentin Chevrier
In the parisian suburb, Electrolab’s 120 members are working relentlessly to expand their hackerspace from 150 to 1500 m2.
Published 7 October 2014 by Cherise Fong
Digital fabrication spaces in Tokyo are adapted to local culture, mostly based on consumption.
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 30 September 2014 by Quentin Chevrier
Benjamin Bernard created a prototype to shoot panoramic views of Brittan. Like Google Street View, but his prototype fits in a backpack.
Published 30 September 2014 by Damien Bourniquel
Artist Damien Bourniquel, from the Blackboxe hackerspace in Paris, has created for Makery a cacophonic mash-up on 3D printing.
Published 29 September 2014 by Carine Claude
The new FabMake is located at the heart of the Technocampus, huge industrial complex dedicated to research in Nantes.
Published 23 September 2014 by Quentin Chevrier
A huge high-tech prototyping workshop: this is Usine IO in Paris. Guided tour with Gary Cige, co-founder.
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 23 September 2014 by Carine Claude
Treating severely burned people with 3D printing is possible with PrintAlive Bioprinter, a Canadian prototype.
Published 22 September 2014 by Ewen Chardronnet
Makery met Mary Tsang and Ben Welmond in Los Angeles, where they finishes “DIYsect”, a webdoc on biohacktivism.
Published 16 September 2014 by la rédaction
Learn how to grow herbs with little or no maintenance on your bookshelf.
Published 16 September 2014 by Quentin Chevrier
It's not the first 3D-printed car. However, it is the first to have such a big audience during its production.