Makers Meet Up event is a true celebration of DIY culture open to all doers, makers, hackers, tinkerers, artists, crafters, engineers, educators, designers and geeks. This time in Montreal at Helios Makerspace providing opportunities for collaboration and inspiration.
The International Space Apps Challenge is an international mass collaboration focused on space exploration lead by NASA. During the event I was turning interested participants into astronauts using kinect for scaning the public and 3D software for integration of the body scan and astronaut costume.
Éco-quartier Peter McGill is a Montreal organization that promotes and supports the development of Downtown neighbourhood by reinforcing its identity, creation of various eco friendly initiatives and addressing communities’ needs. My main task was to develop the exhibit and address the issues in an interactive and participatory manner.
Last Halloween 2014 we managed to carve some pumpkins, make some lights, solder some Halloween robots, have a race, make a glowing intervention, set a pumpkin on fire, try some experimental circuit design techniques and inspire kids as well as older friends to do electronics.
Cata Odata is a community oriented interdisciplinary gallery in Ubud, Bali. Together with my friend and great artist Twis we we realized various new media projects involving projection maping, synthesizers, electronics.
Karkhana is an alternative education company in Kathmandu, Nepal. During my residency there I conducted multiple day workshops on drafting, design, woodworking and technology, set up a woodworking base and had a fantastic time exploring and learning Karkhana’s broad range of activities and mission.
HacketriaLab is a great undefinable event which encourages collaboration and experimentation with biology, software, hardware, art- science. During my stay learnt about fascinating Indonesian culture, participant’s practices as well as did some messy, creative prototyping.
Shenzhen Hacker Camp is a multiple day geek tour and workshop organized by Dangerous Prototypes. Shenzhen, the city itself is the world capital of electronics that inspires enthusiasm and productivity. During my stay I learn about the advanced soldering techniques and met fantastic people.