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hackerspace

A venue for computer enthusiasts to collaborate on projects, share programming knowledge and discuss technology. Hackerspaces may be simple and informal, or more elaborate with high-speed network access and tools for building equipment. Formal hackerspaces collect dues from members. See hackathon.


Friendly Competition
In 2012, RadioShack challenged hackerspace groups from the East and West coasts to build something awesome with RadioShack's ARDUINO single board computer.
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The Hive is a Bahraini hackerspace, a place were people who are interested in computers, machining, technology and other related topics can get together to work on programmes and projects.
Additional Middle East Changemakers include Ahmed Alaali's The Hiverobotics hackerspace in Bahrain, and Zanyar Salih's Gift a Life project educates Iraqis on organ donation.
The Hive robotics hackerspace in Bahrain, and Zanyar Salih's Gift a Life
Additional Middle East Changemakers include Ahmed Alaali's The Hive robotics hackerspace in Bahrain, and Zanyar Salih's Gift a Life project educates Iraqis on organ donation.
com have been around since 2008 when the hackerspace, NYC Resistor, purchased a laser cutter.
The building has the ethos of a hackerspace, but instead of tools and workshops it hosts a public gallery space, varied programmes of events and supports artists known as BOM Fellows to create new work and share their experience with gallery visitors.
The show's driven by engineers from the group Cairo Hackerspace, who've made 3D printers out of recycled materials.
Thanks to those heartland sensibilities, his new venture combines the best parts of an old-school machine shop, a hackerspace, and a state-of-the-art networked manufacturing center.
Maker librarians from the US and Canada detail how to start a makerspace, including strategic planning, funding sources, starter equipment, space design, and safety guidelines, as well as teaching and learning opportunities makerspaces offer and how to encourage a diverse maker culture; key technologies and tools (3D printers, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, wearable electronics, Google Cardboard, hackerspace programs, computer numerical control, robotics, Legos, drones, and circuitry kits) and how to use them; and making makerspaces mobile, sustaining them, and their future in libraries.
Is it Hackerspace, Makerspace, TechShop, or FabLab?
Taking inspiration from startups, the team at CannonDesign is seeing an increase in makerspace, hackerspace and innovation hubs within STEM buildings.
The concept of a makerspace comes from the hackerspace which started out as a European term for programmers who would gather and work together.