Maker Faire Munich

On 16th and 17th January 2016 the Maker Faire took place in Zenithhalle/Munich. Workshops, stalls, events, presentations and a robot soccer area offered a view into the maker scene. It was not only about electronics but also covering clothing, food and even woodworks.

I enjoyed quite a bit of it on both days and at the end brought back a self soldered (and working) Hacklace which is offered as parts kit by fab4u.de. Mr. Andre was so nice to show me how the soldering is done right.

Besides that I attended several quite interesting talks like The Future of the Maker by Bruce Sterling including him pointing out listen to the women and some good questions by the audience.

Another very interesting perspective by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Silke Langenberg: REPARATUR – Anstiftung zum Denken und Machen. She opens the view to the architects perspective on how repairment would aid in a more efficient world and that a single house requires quantities more energy than most DIY items the maker scene is focusing on.

Link: http://make-munich.de