Science amateurs have been fantasizing about perpetual motion machines. In theory, they should keep running until the end of time. In practice, they don't. DIY projects in review.
Published 19 April 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
Will Nuit Debout go into maker mode? There is no lack of demand, beginning with a bicycle generator, Piratebox, Raspberry Pi billboard… henceforth, a list of grievances.
Published 5 April 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
Being glam, badass and fanning the flames of the Gamergate is possible. Ladies and Gentlemen, on your marks, get to your lipstick. With Makey Makey, we are going to leave clichés behind.
Published 7 March 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
It took the freestyle skier Nicolas Vuignier two years to develop the centriphone. And a short month for him to propose this object in open source.
Published 29 February 2016 by Ewen Chardronnet
How does one to go to work motivated in the morning? The collective of hackers Dardex found the solution: an electric toothbrush that sings “l’Internationale”. Tutorial.
Published 16 February 2016 by Nicolas Barrial
Theo Jansen has become famous for his wind-powered millipede creatures made from recycled plastic. Several DIY models celebrate this art of movement. Review.
Published 8 January 2016 by Nicolas Barrial
The nice radios that can't read a smartphone playlist are no longer popular. What if we mixed state-of-the-art Bluetooth speakers, often expensive or charmless, with a disused device?
Published 5 January 2016 by Quentin Chevrier
An afternoon of prototyping organized by Adami allowed a get-together of artists and techno-creators for them to imagine future stage accessories. Makery was amongst them.
Published 14 December 2015 by Robin Lambert
A location: the PMClab, fablab of Paris VI university. A person: the IT security student and hacker Daniel Bourdrez. An objective: discover hacking with the serious game “Bandit"
Published 3 December 2015 by Elsa Ferreira
With fishing line, a glass marble and an electronic scale, two researchers reproduced in vitro the effects of climate change on the oceans.
Published 1 December 2015 by Ewen Chardronnet
How to march around COP21 despite the state of emergency? The Climate 21 Coalition is preparing the "red lines" made of inflatable cobblestones that the COP must not cross.
Published 20 November 2015 by Caroline Grellier
In Brest, the Tricyclettes and their nomadic workshops make you roll up your sleeves by offering on a street corner initiation to screen printing or tampography, with 100% vegetable-based DIY inks.
Published 17 November 2015 by Quentin Chevrier
Here’s the recipe to compose your own nasal melody to accompany the opening of a birthday card, with the low-tech electronic piano.
Published 9 November 2015 by Cherise Fong
Makery collected a few stellar samples of DIY clocks kits to suit a wide range of more or less mathematical minds...
Published 3 November 2015 by Quentin Chevrier
Discover our non-exhaustive selection of YouTube channels, specific to makers, tinkerers and coders.
Published 27 October 2015 by Elsa Ferreira
A hair drier, what for? In less than three hours, we turned our old Babyliss into an Atari Punk Console with sinusoidal sounds.
Published 20 October 2015 by Quentin Chevrier
Photo highlights of the 5th Bricole It, an afternoon of casual coding and tinkering hosted by Makery on October 17.
Published 12 October 2015 by Caroline Grellier
It’s the high season for mushrooms, but not all aspiring makers live in the country. Makery tells you everything about growing oyster mushrooms at home.
Published 6 October 2015 by Nicolas Barrial
Children are creative, but when they have nothing to build, they take things apart. Here are some robot-monsters tested by a workshop in Berlin to initiate the little ones to constructive tinkering.
Published 29 September 2015 by Elsa Ferreira
After a German man exploded the RFID chip of his ID card in the microwave oven, Makery researched the the most efficient techniques. At your own risk and peril