Make, Do, Change. MaKey MaKey - An Invention Kit for Everyone. The Art of 3D Printing. Las impresoras 3D permitirán fabricar piezas y reproducir diseños desde casa. La impresora 3D puede cambiar muchas cosas en el futuro inmediato.
Expertos como Tomás Díez director Fab Lab Barcelona aseguran que supondrá una nueva revolución, la tercera, cuando llegue a los hogares. Hablamos de las impresoras en tres dimensiones. Permiten fabricar piezas, objetos o reproducir diseños. Pero sus posibilidades van mucho más lejos. Hasta ahora, recurríamos a la producción en masa. No es aún lo habitual, pero muchos apuestan porque pronto lo será. La impresión en 3 dimensiones también tiene un lugar importante en a Alcalá de Guadaíra (Sevilla), un pueblo de 70.000 habitantes que cuenta con 5.000 empresas, en el que el Ayuntamiento dispone de un taller de modelado 3D.
Deep Green Sea. Concebir y publicar un proyecto de hardware o de diseño abierto. La idea principal es la siguiente: ¿cómo pensar, analizar, elaborar y publicar su proyecto para que sea lo más reutilizable posible?
Es decir, ¿cómo poner a disposición el conocimiento previo al proyecto y producido por él? La reutilización siendo sin duda el aspecto más importante entre los que constituyen el objeto libre. Collaborate to Innovate. 3D Printed Dress on the Catwalk at Paris Fashion Week. What Is Open Source Hardware? Vídeos tutoriales de Arduino - Kit de iniciación de Arduino - RS Components. Vídeos tutoriales de Arduino - Kit de iniciación de Arduino - RS Components. Arduino: creare è un gioco da ragazzi. LittleBits Review Videorama mini. Clone Wars - Imprimiendo impresoras 3D - ABZ12. Will Minecraft and Makerbot Usher in the Post-Scarcity Economy? Plummer-Fernandez - Interview for the 3D Print Show (London -...
Reprap : les usines du futur. Hardware Innovation Workshop: A Video Retrospective. Before this week’s Open Hardware Summit gets underway tomorrow in New York City, we thought, as a warm-up, we’d highlight some of the great presentations from MAKE’s Hardware Innovation Workshop, held in Palo Alto back in May.
Like OHS, the HIW featured innovators and small-business people who are creating an open source future. There were 30 speakers in all, Here are some of the stand-out presentations. Nick Pinkston is the Founder of CloudFab the world’s first manufacturing-as-a-service API providing 3D printing, short-run injection molding, and mass customization interfaces. He also founded HackPittsurgh, a collective workshop, as a hub for makers. He also organizes the San Francisco Hardware Startup Meetup, Hardware Startup Unconference and is a mentor for the Thiel “20 Under 20″ Fellowship.
Tim O’Reilly is founder and CEO of O’Reilly Media Inc., MAKE’s parent company. Limor Fried is an MIT-trained engineer and the founder of Adafruit Industries. The DIY Economy, video from last week’s Techonomy Detroit conference. Technology, economy, change, and Detroit.
Last week, more than 50 leaders in today’s entrepreneurial technology scene gathered at the invitational Techonomy conference. Our own David ten Have was invited to join a panel entitled The DIY Economy: The Democratization of Finance, Design, Manufacturing, and Distribution. Fellow panelists included Grady Burnett of Facebook, Mark Hatch of TechShop, and Danae Ringelmann of Indiegogo. The idea was to feature speakers that represent each stage in creating your own business. The Art of Making, Alma Flamenca. Crafting the Future: Dutch Arts Combine 3D Printing and Textiles [Video]
Artichoke Artichoke Revolution. Massimo Banzi: How Arduino is open-sourcing imagination. Hackerland : le hacking rural. Eyeo Festival’s Videos. MakerBot TV. Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute. Today's 3D printers can already create robots and artificial body parts layer by layer based on computer designs.
But the U.S. government has much bigger plans for the futuristic technology — it wants to reshape American manufacturing by offering up to $60 million for a new 3D printing institute. Unlike traditional factories, 3D printing technology offers the flexibility of tweaking digital designs on the fly and then rapidly "printing" the physical object on demand. The new Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute would harness 3D printing as the first of up to 16 centers dedicated to U.S. manufacturing innovation — part of the National Network for Manufacturing Innovation announced by President Obama on March 9.
The Department of Defense has taken the official lead on the 3D printing effort, but civilian agencies such as the Department of Energy have also promised funding. Whatever it achieves, the new institute can't expect to receive taxpayer dollars forever. LittleBits (re)intro. Université de Cergy-Pontoise : à quoi sert le FacLab ? 3D Printing: Personalized Production for the Mass Market. TechShop Member Stories. MBTV S02E07 – How Much Plastic? Atelier échoFab du 24 mars 2012. Generator.x 3.0 : from code to atoms. 3D Printer - High Resolution - Homemade - DIY. The Watchmaker. MBTV S02E03 – What Is Open Source? The Violin Maker.
Inventor Portrait: Ralph Baer. Practical Post-Scarcity. What is the Mt Elliott Makerspace? TED2012: littleBits creator Ayah Bdeir. What is a Hacker? with Mitch Altman - The Media Show. Chaîne de 123d. Hackademia: Leveraging the Conflict Between Expertise and Innovation to Create Disruptive Technologies. Tuesday, January 24, 12:30 pmBerkman Center, 23 Everett Street, second floorThis event will be webcast live at 12:30 pm ET and archived on our site shortly after.
This talk describes two projects that tackle the same issue: how and why do nonexperts contribute to innovation? The conflict between expertise and innovation sits uneasily in academia, where the enterprise hinges on doling out official credentials. But a lack of expertise can in fact drive people to create the kind of disruptive technologies that really are game-changers. In this presentation I'll present findings from a book-in-progress based on interviews with hackers and makers tentatively titled "Why Rulebreakers Will Rule the World. " That book connects the hacking and making/DIY communities at the point of disruptive technologies, demonstrating how the lack of institutional affiliation and formal credentials within each community opens up the space for creative problem-solving approaches.
The Classroom Fabrication Laboratory. What is a fablab in three words. Science on the SPOT: Open Source Creativity - Hackerspaces. Hackers in the news « Fun. 3D Printing Event « OpenWebcast.nl. Be Your Own Souvenir! Made by Hand. Writer turned knife maker Joel Bukiewicz of Cut Brooklyn talks about the human element of craft, and the potential for a skill to mature into an art.
And in sharing his story, he alights on the real meaning of handmade—a movement whose riches are measured in people, not cash. Directed and Produced by. Chaîne de OSHWCon. OSHWCon 2011: De la programación a la impresión. OSHWCon 2011: Mesa Redonda Modelos de negocio OSHW. Neil Gershenfeld - How To Make Almost Anything. Game Changers: Bre Pettis, Replicator Maker.
FULL PRINTED. MakerBot TV Season1 Episode5. The Innovator's Cookbook: Essentials for Inventing What's Next by Steven Johnson. The Innovator’s Cookbook Book Cover Created Using A MakerBot Thing-O-Matic. Fablabs - une vidéo High-tech et Science. Arduino @ Open Source Hardware Summit 2011. Videos tagged 'openhardwaresummit' MIT Media Lab: 3-D printing with variable densities. What’s a Hackerspace? Mitch Altman Explains (video) Hackers vs Makers - @Intel_Jim speaks at Ignite Intel Le Futur de la création - Neil Gershenfeld - une vidéo High-tech et Science.
Minecraft.Print() - Printing Minecraft Creations via 3D Printer NYC Resistor's Bre Pettis: The Makerbot Revolution. Bio Chris Anderson Chris Anderson has served as editor in chief of WIRED since 2001.
Under his leadership, the magazine has garnered nine National Magazine Awards and 19 additional nominations and has won the prestigious top prize for General Excellence three times. In 2010, AdWeek named WIRED the Magazine of the Decade. Anderson is the author of two New York Times best sellers, The Long Tail and Free: The Future of a Radical Price, both of which are based on influential articles published in WIRED. Bre Pettis Bre Pettis builds infrastructure for creativity. Pettis is also a founder of the hacker collective NYCResistor. To download this program become a Front Row member. ZOOM IN: Learn more with related books and additional materials. Encyclopædia Britannica Article robot Any automatically operated machine that replaces human effort, though it may not look much like a human being or function in a humanlike manner. Robot on britannica.com © 2010 Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Bre Pettis - The Colbert Report - 6/8/11.
Vídeo-tutorial: Cómo construir una impresora 3D MakerBot. A Shift: a documentary on FabLab in The Netherlands. We are makers: Dale Dougherty on TED. Neil Gershenfeld: The Future of Fabrication. Bio Neil Gershenfeld Beyond his many publications and patents, MIT Professor Neil Gershenfeld is the author of the books Fab and When Things Start To Think, and the technical texts The Nature of Mathematical Modeling and The Physics of Information Technology.
His work has been featured by the White House and Smithsonian Institution in their Millennium celebrations, he has been the subject of print, radio, and TV programs in media including the New York Times, The Economist, CNN, and PBS, and has been selected as one of the top 100 public intellectuals. To download this program become a Front Row member. ZOOM IN: Learn more with related books and additional materials. Encyclopædia Britannica Article Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) U.S. private university in Cambridge, famous for its scientific and technological training and research. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on britannica.com © 2010 Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.
Arduino: The Documentary (2010) FAB LAB San Diego. ?Copiad, malditos! - El documental. L2tt2l. Podcast. Taking “Digital” Literally: The Binary Hand Dance! Vi Hart melts my mind again with a totally fun video explanation of binary counting with dancing hands and groovy music.
The amount of intelligence, creativity, sense of humor, and the sheer joy of exploring ideas is downright dizzying. She makes it all look effortless. Vi Hart for Secretary of Education! Ask an Engineer. Prosumidores. Lógicas de consumo/producción en las culturas de la red. Supernova Conference 4th hour, Supernova conference 12/01/09 includes the end of the Anil Dash, David Weinberger and Andrew McLaughlin discussion as well a. Default Viral Title Player. MakerBot BotSounds: Erik Satie's "Vexations" - makerbot - blip.tv. MakerBot BotSounds: Erik Satie's "Vexations" "Vexations" (1893) composed by French composer Erik Satie has long been a darling of the music avant garde. (And was particularly inspiring to American composer John Cage.) A short manuscript famous for its inscription: "In order to play the theme 840 times in succession, it would be advisable to prepare oneself beforehand, and in the deepest silence, by serious immobilities," the piece has been peformed a handful of times over the years by teams in tandem or single performers in its "full" 840 repetitons glory.
MakerBot Plays Bach Invention No 4. GO, GO GADGETS. Million dollar baby – Businesses designing and selling open source hardware, making millions. Haakon Karlsen Jr. "Fab Labs network" (Lift France10 EN) - a High-tech et Science video. Claudia González Godoy. Adrian Bowyer "The RepRap" (Lift France10 EN) - a High-tech et Science video. Makerculture's Channel. Tecnologías abiertas, objetos libres, usuarios creadores - Vídeo. Tecnologías abiertas, objetos libres, usuarios creadores - Vídeo. Chaîne de ultralabvideo.