Tayken, from the forum and the Akihabara video, takes us on a tour of Tokyo Hackerspace’s new location. The shop was in a frenzy preparing for the Tokyo Maker Faire during our filming.
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Mothership Hackermoms, a hackerspace for moms, is having a kickstarter campaign to help them equip a workshop and create a business incubator for moms. We were tipped about this from Akiba at freaklabs, whom you might recognize from our Akihibara … Read more
The tour begins! Follow the pics live with our twitter feed. More photos below the fold.
Hackerspace Singapore posted some pictures from our visit, taken during our Global Geek Tour. Be sure to check out our full video report from Singapore on electronics shops, the hackerspace, local food, and more. Thanks to everyone at Hackerspace Singapore for … Read more
Visit the major electronics shops in Singapore, and get a guided tour of the Singapore hackerspace. This weekend we were in Singapore for the Maker Faire, so we took a day to do a geek tour. This kicks off the … Read more
Today was our first day the Singapore Global Geek Tour. We visited some electronics shops, and had some chow. We’ll make a full report when we get back, but in the meantime we posted some pics from today on our … Read more
Radio Shack has announced a contest to decide which of two hackerspaces produced the more awesome project. RS says the voting is open through August 15, 2012 and one winner drawn at random from the voters will receive a $1,000 … Read more
Here is a collage video of Omaha Maker Group hackerspace projects and activities. The Omaha Maker Group exists to facilitate a place where people can explore Technology, Science and Art. We operate a community workshop in Omaha, Nebraska and have … Read more
LVL1 Louisville Hackerspace is organizing a boneyard hackathon this June. Basically you, and your team get an Arduino, a breadboard, and you have 24 hours to build something from the junk-box parts that are there. The entry fee is $30 … Read more
What all maker faires have in common is that the local hackerspace(s) come up with some kind of badge with a coincell and a blinking LED. In China things aren’t much different and we did see a few. This one … Read more
As a response to SOPA, Nick Farr decided that it is time that hackers create their own communication network for the community and by the community. Shackspace jumped on board and started designing a satellite ground station network. They published … Read more
Hacker Space Seoul is nondescript on the outside, but inside it’s the nicest Hacker Space we’ve ever seen. Clean, newly renovated, well organized, and lots of tools and parts. Only a week ago they moved into this building on the … Read more
Jonathan of LVL1 Hackerspace informs us of their latest project. “MOTHER is LVL1′s attempt to create the ultimate hackerspace A.I. and automation system. The MOTHER project is still in it’s early stages yet MOTHER has already gained the ability to … Read more
Travel to hacker spaces, stay there cheap, share your skillz. Cool idea: Traveling to other Hackerspaces = GOOD Spending a lot of money on Hotel fees = BAD… The Goal: Negate one of the larger expenses associated with travel, namely … Read more