The maker movement is sometimes described as a new ‘do-it-yourself’ culture based on the technologies currently available. 3-D printers, microcontrollers and small computers all belong to the inventory of today’s hobby workshops and local makerspaces and fablabs for designers, researchers and developer are places with plenty of potential for innovation.
Together with representatives from the maker scene, we created targets and requirements for further developing the theme. They are being formulated in greater detail and a network is developing among the players. Reach out and contact us!