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TED Blog | Open-source your projects — and upload them to space: Massimo Banzi at TEDGlobal 2012

TED Blog | Open-source your projects — and upload them to space: Massimo Banzi at TEDGlobal 2012 | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
TED is a small nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading -- through TED.com, our annual conferences, the annual TED Prize and local TEDx events.
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DETROIT, JE T'AIME

An interactive documentary on Detroit's DIY culture, featuring inspiring stories & cool tips for you to create your own projects.
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Our ‘open design’ Commons?

Our ‘open design’ Commons? | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
There is a nascent open movement engaging design(ers) in fresh, exciting  thoughts and challenges.  ‘Open design’ is a series of emergent, transitional practices which are negotiating and changing ...
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Andreas Bhend Takes IKEA Hacking to the Next Level - Core77

Andreas Bhend Takes IKEA Hacking to the Next Level - Core77 | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
Industrial Design content and community site - articles, discussions, interviews and resources.
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3ders.org - Fayetteville Free Library launched 3D printing Fab Lab | 3D Printing news

3ders.org - Fayetteville Free Library launched 3D printing Fab Lab | 3D Printing news | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
The Fayetteville Free Library is the first library in the United States to offer a free, public access Fab Lab. According to its blog, the FFL fab Lab recently won an award of $10,000 at the Contact Summit in NYC.
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How The Micro-Everything Revolution Will Drive Social Change

How The Micro-Everything Revolution Will Drive Social Change | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
This piece is from PopTech Editions II--Small is beautiful: The micro-everything revolution, which explores the dynamics that shape the micro-everything trend, from design and engineering for radical affordability to overcoming hurdles to...
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CNC-Milling Infinity: Subtractive Mobius Strip by RVTR - Core77

CNC-Milling Infinity: Subtractive Mobius Strip by RVTR - Core77 | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
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MAKE | Silk Screened Circuits on Ceramic Ware

MAKE | Silk Screened Circuits on Ceramic Ware | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
DIY projects, how-tos, and inspiration from the workshops and minds of geeks, makers, and hackers @ Make: magazine...
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The third industrial revolution

The third industrial revolution | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
THE first industrial revolution began in Britain in the late 18th century, with the mechanisation of the textile industry.
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MAKE | Burrito-Building Robot

MAKE | Burrito-Building Robot | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
DIY projects, how-tos, and inspiration from the workshops and minds of geeks, makers, and hackers @ Make: magazine...
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In the Next Industrial Revolution, Atoms Are the New Bits

In the Next Industrial Revolution, Atoms Are the New Bits | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
The door of a dry-cleaner-size storefront in an industrial park in Wareham, Massachusetts, an hour south of Boston, might not look like a po...
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The portable 3D printer that fits in a briefcase (Wired UK)

The portable 3D printer that fits in a briefcase (Wired UK) | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
A pair of MIT mechanical engineering students have developed the first truly portable 3D printer, which fits neatly into a metal briefcase...
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Event: Ramadan mini Making Festival Fab Lab Egypt | Facebook

Event: Ramadan mini Making Festival Fab Lab Egypt | Facebook | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it

Fab Lab Egypt invites you to a day of making and fun in Ramadan mini Making Festival event.
Fab Lab Egypt's mini Making Fest is an independently-organized event. It is an amazing community fest that brings together science, art, craft, homesteading and engineering plus food, and workshops.
We will have a variety of mini workshops and making sessions including Robotics, electronics, make your own fanoos Ramadan and E-textiles. You will be also able to experience the awesome 3D printing technology

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3ders.org - Rostock: an amazing delta robot 3D printer prototype | 3D Printing news

3ders.org - Rostock: an amazing delta robot 3D printer prototype | 3D Printing news | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
Thingiverse user Johann is working on a new delta robot 3D printer prototype called Rostock. Johann's Rostock 3D printer is 30 inches (77 cm) tall, and the build volume is 8x8x16 inches (20x20x40 cm).
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Outrageous 3D Printed Shoes

Outrageous 3D Printed Shoes | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
Shoeware Design Student Janina Alleyne of De Montfort University collaborated with INNER | LEAF to produce these fantastic biomorphic pumps.
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New Lab Experiment: We're off to prototype an Educator FabLab | Business Innovation Factory

New Lab Experiment: We're off to prototype an Educator FabLab | Business Innovation Factory | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
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FabLab | Master of Advanced Studies in Interaction Design

FabLab | Master of Advanced Studies in Interaction Design | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
FABLAB TICINO DIGITAL FABRICATION A space where projects come true FabLab is a space open to Bachelor and MAIND students where it’s possible to make...
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Clive Thompson on 3-D Printing’s Legal Morass

Clive Thompson on 3-D Printing’s Legal Morass | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
Last winter, Thomas Valenty bought a MakerBot -- an inexpensive 3-D printer that lets you quickly create plastic objects. His brother had so...
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ARO-FABLAB

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Fablab stands for Fabrication Laboratory. It is a small workshop designed to enable the design of technology based products. ARO Fablab Kenya west is part of a worldwide network of Fablabs stretching from Boston to villages in India, South Africa and to North Norway.

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MAKE | An Introduction to the Arduino

MAKE | An Introduction to the Arduino | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
DIY projects, how-tos, and inspiration from the workshops and minds of geeks, makers, and hackers @ Make: magazine...
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The Revolution at hand - Op-Ed - Domus

The Revolution at hand - Op-Ed - Domus | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it
The fundamental moment in which design becomes a political tool has arrived. Whatever we choose to call it — P2P culture, peer production movement, open-P2P-design — will we be able to find new meaning cooperatively?
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Genotype: Gold-Farmers, 3-D Printers, and Bad Actors

Genotype: Gold-Farmers, 3-D Printers, and Bad Actors | FabLabs & Open Design | Scoop.it

Cory Doctorow, at the Book Festival on Sunday to talk about his novel Makers, is well-known not only as a science-fiction writer but as a social critic and activist in the hot fields of copyright, online security, and emerging media. Boing Boing, the blog he co-edits, is itself a social media phenomenon: when he posted about The Human Genre Project - one of the Genomics Forum's literary initiatives - our site's Google results went through the roof as it suddenly became world famous for the proverbial fifteen minutes.

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