During the lecture program of Maker Faire Vienna on May 4th & 5th, 2019 international and local speakers will hold lectures about various topics concerning the maker movement.
"Sharing ideas makes them grow" - Niklas, Rudi, Fabian and Max experienced this first-hand, when sharing their dream of having their own workshop turned into the GRAND GARAGE: a makerspace in Linz, now with a size of over 4000m2.
The Calliope mini has been a huge success in German speaking countries in being one part of digital literacy. It has been widely used and we take a look in how it did change the the class – and what needs to be done to be used everywhere.
Insights into future challenges in professional and everyday life due to digitization. How are our kids and teenager best prepared for the digital future? What new skills are required? Are these taught?
Even without a license many radio devices can be built - this especially applies to receivers and antennas. However, some can also build sending stations. The lecture gives a brief outline of what is possible and allowed.
A spontaneous father & son weekend project with high momentum spawning a street-legal DIY e-bike.
We believe that tomorrow’s tech is invisible, screenless and without wires. Clay Next combines 3 exponential technologies to create the future of interior ceramics: generative design, 3D printed ceramics and IoT - starting with wireless charging.
Since 2004 volunteers are mapping their surroundings and contribute their data to the OpenStreetMap, a free map of the world. What started out with a collection of streets is now a world-wide database and source of many DIY projects.
As an impulse for „Urban Food & Design“, VIENNA DESIGN WEEK discusses with experts from the fields of economy, welfare, research, gastronomy and the maker scene about innovative ways of minimizing food waste with the help of design. Panel discussion with Mag. Alice Jacubasch (Wirtschaftsagentur Wien, Kreativzentrum departure), Philipp Hietler („pulswerk“ - Österreichisches Ökologie-Institut / Forschung im Bereich Lebensmittelabfälle), Dr. Alexandra Gruber (CEO Wiener Tafel), DI Cornelia Diesenreiter (Founder „Unverschwendet“). Moderation: Irina Zelewitz (Editor-in-chief, BIORAMA)
From bow and arrow to modern instruments. By getting to know the laws of nature, the formation of the scales and instruments, the key to music is found. WOW-experiences guaranteed!
Probably the fastest Bluetooth training to date, the talk targets an audience with limited previous experience. However the advanced users of the technology will not be disappointed, as new techniques are revealed during an interactive session.
I'm presenting parts of my aster thesis on a new method for precision welding and how it could enable open source metal 3D printing.
Green building can be learned: greenskills gives you an insight into ecological building. In a combination of theory and practice you learn about the qualities and potentials of low tech architecture and experience to work with renewable materials.
iFixit teaches people all over the world how to easily fix their own stuff – and what the inner life of things looks like. On our live talk you’ll learn how iFixit works and why repair is a good thing that enriches the world in many ways.
In a presentation overviewing collaborative and independent experiments using knit-patterning software as an artisanal tool for elaborating surface design, Veronika Persché will show her recent works called "Trikografie".