The Maker Movement has taken the world by storm, emerging as the primary means of DIY (Do It Yourself) and D-I-T (Do It Together) techniques and processes to develop unique technology products. Most of the products created under the Maker Movement are open source, as anyone can access and create them using available documentation and manuals. However, the maker movement also incorporates creations and inventions that never existed before and were developed by individuals in their homes, garages or a place with limited manufacturing resources. In this talk, I will go into detail with respect to how one can get involved with the Maker Movement, what it means to be a “Maker” and where to access and utilize Maker resources in and around Bangalore, as well as sharing best practices adopted by Makerspaces all around the world.
Session difficulty level: Intro/101
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