Posts Tagged: Fab Lab

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    What you should know about FAB12

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    From the experience of Neil Gerhsenfeld and his popular course “How to Make (Almost) Anything“, in 2002 the first Fab Lab was born. Fab Lab is short for fabrication laboratory, a workshop where things are manufactured, but also for fabulous laboratory. Gershenfeld has taken the fab Lab culture  around the world, helping local populations solve… Read more »

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    Wearables and Hearables

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    In the late 1990s, Neil Gershenfeld, professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), realized that his students were well prepared on theory, yet didn’t know how to actually make objects – so in 1998, he created a course called “How to make (almost) anything“. In that course, he taught his students how to make… Read more »

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    Biking to 10 Fab Labs in the Netherlands

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    We are all designers As children, many, if not all of us, dismantled some toys to understand how they worked. Some of us even managed to assemble them back. Each toy we dismantled taught us something, allowing us to modify it according to our tastes or to create a new one. In the past, this kind… Read more »