Outshined by virtual reality headsets and video games, virtual worlds persist by proposing collaborative or social DIY experiences. Review of the most maker-compatible.
Published 23 January 2018 by Nicolas Barrial
No fablab without machines. But how will they evolve? Makery takes a closer look at equipment in digital fabrication laboratories of the near and distant future.
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 28 November 2017 by Elsa Ferreira
For more than a decade, the algorave scene has made ravers dance to computer code. Makery went to investigate where it all began, in Sheffield, which hosted the Algomech festival in early November.
Published 21 November 2017 by Cherise Fong
Before the industrial vats, Shojinmeat Project’s first objective is to culture meat cells in home incubators. This Japanese citizen science movement has nothing to do with artificial burgers or vegan activism.
Published 1 August 2017 by Cherise Fong
From surplus supermarkets to public refrigerators to food-tech, initiatives are proliferating in the fight against food waste. A worldwide round-up.
Published 10 April 2017 by Nicolas Barrial
Driverless buses, cars that park themselves... If the autonomous vehicle is already on the streets, hackers are waiting in ambush to denounce its security flaws.
Published 4 April 2017 by Carine Claude
Fabmanagers, entrepreneur makers, administrators... Makery wanted to know more about the job situation in the labs by surveying the maker community, in France and abroad.
Published 20 February 2017 by Nicolas Barrial
Which one of a drone or a 3D printer is faster to deliver umbilical pliers in a disaster area? Enquiry on makers with a cause.
Published 24 January 2017 by Nicolas Barrial
Ever since complex theories have been popularized, self-proclaimed geniuses have been proposing their own answers to science’s unanswered questions. The scientific community is disconcerted by these DIY theories.
Published 29 November 2016 by Nicolas Barrial
VR is still complicated and expensive to produce. However, immersive reports are becoming increasingly common, creating a new form of engagement in news information.
Published 3 October 2016 by Nicolas Barrial
Almost all have graduated from their prototype phase. Virtual reality headsets are now entering the “positioning war” phase, with augmented reality in ambush. Products in review.
Published 13 September 2016 by Nicolas Barrial
If 3D printing has been present at the Rio Paralympic Games, a true innovation laboratory, the maker spirit is still trying to forge a path. Investigation into para-sports and DIY.
Published 30 August 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
Since 1986, the Burning Man festival has set the Black Rock desert in Nevada on fire. As this 30th edition begins on August 28, Makery investigated this place of technomakers.
Published 14 June 2016 by Cherise Fong
In Nagasaki, robots are much more than stand-ins for the future. At the Henn na Hotel, even the concierge and bellhop are robots.
Published 30 May 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
The Lyon metropolis celebrates its makers. Makery explored the labs of France’s third-largest city, from the “historical” elders born in the suburbs to the fledgling new maker entrepreneurs.
Published 3 May 2016 by Carine Claude
From frenzy to strokes of genius to missed opportunities, the industrial history of additive manufacturing is a spiky journey to the present. Second part of our investigation.
Published 19 April 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
In Mexico, the maker movement is taking off. After the first chapter of our investigation dedicated to the pioneers, Makery introduces the new players.
Published 11 April 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
In huge Mexico City, people have always been doing and making. The community is growing and redefining its rules. Part 1 of our report focuses on the pioneers.
Published 5 April 2016 by Carine Claude
Growth crisis? The 3D printer and promises of digital fabrication for all are struggling to make their way into households despite a high-growth global market.