An application to have an object you designed in vector produced, it's Fab Family, editing platform for a democratised and distributed design.
Published 12 May 2015 by Carine Claude
The crew of Compagnie du Bátar presented in Toulouse Fablab Festival its very own longship, 100% homemade in extreme DIY.
Published 4 May 2015 by Nicolas Barrial
Advanced prototyping for the MakerBox, the gift box project from "Usbek & Rica". Before the public launch in October, Makery was among the proto-testers at WoMa.
Published 28 April 2015 by Carine Claude
On April 24-26, 200 people competed in the very first Hack the Drone, organized by GDF Suez in Paris. On the jury, the Centre of Excellence on Drones of the French air force.
Published 17 April 2015 by Laurent Catala
Presented at the Breton Bouillants festival, the Machine To Be Another from the collective BeAnotherLab invites the user to a curious reflexive experience on the other person... and on oneself.
Published 8 April 2015 by Ewen Chardronnet
AKER proposes open source kits for urban agriculture and hopes to contribute to the growth of Open farming movement.
Published 6 April 2015 by James Becht
(Français) Un hacker suisse, Oscar Vermeulen, vient de mettre au point un émulateur du PDP-8, mini-ordinateur pionnier fabriqué dans les années 1960 par Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC).
Published 27 March 2015 by Laurent Catala
As an interactive and sensory film booth for solo viewer, Guillaume Faure's “Soma”, showing at Exit festival from March 25 to April 5, explores the unconscious relationship between body and image.
Published 19 March 2015 by Laurent Catala
Through his interactive and drinkable “USB Juice Bar” installation, transmedial bio-artist Mael Le Mée experiments with the communication between fresh-squeezed orange juice and music files.
Published 16 March 2015 by Nicolas Barrial
With Robochop, individuals can remotely experience the fabrication of objects by factory robots using an online interface.
Published 10 March 2015 by Annick Rivoire
Kouka-roid is the latest anthropomorphic robot prototype created by Japanese roboticist Hiroshi Ishiguro. She is currently showing at “Le Bord des mondes” in Paris.
Published 3 March 2015 by Carine Claude
From 27 February to 1st March, Nantes street furniture is the object of amusing detournements for the second edition of the hackathon Game and the City.
Published 24 February 2015 by Quentin Chevrier
The Australian prototype for hives from which honey flows “all by itself” has exploded the counter of its crowdfunding campaign. Beekeepers are skeptical.
Published 17 February 2015 by Annick Rivoire
Axiom alpha, the first digital open source camera.
Published 10 February 2015 by Ewen Chardronnet
How to hack a domestic knitting machines with punchcard electronics? British artist Sam Meech presented “Punchcard Economy” at Berlin's Transmediale.
Published 3 February 2015 by Carine Claude
Impossible to know what you're really eating? Biohackers and start-ups are making prototypes to decode our food.
Published 27 January 2015 by Nicolas Barrial
Just few days after Google has dropped its Glass on the shelfs of projects X, Microsoft announced a headset that displays virtual contents in real life: the HoloLens.
Published 19 January 2015 by Carine Claude
Urbolienne, the first urban open source micro wind turbine, could soon be the next big thing in domestic renewable energy.
Published 12 January 2015 by Laurent Catala
Two Dutch artists imagine a kiss-portrait from a headset with electrodes, algorithms and participation from the public.
Published 6 January 2015 by Carine Claude
With 120 firms sent to the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, France carries high the European hi-tech flag. Amongst the innovations promised at the 2015 Awards, a connected sport shirt.