on 2014-11-14 06:20
'What if everyday objects were produced the way open source
software is developed?'
'Realized for the BIO 50
Design in Slovenia, Hacking Households is a collaborative research
in developing an ecosystem of evolving objects that are designed,
developed, and produced democratically within open
A project by Leonardo Amico, Thibault Brevet,
Coralie Gourguechon, Jesse Howard, Jure Martinec, Nataša
Muševič and Tilen Sepič
on 2012-01-12 15:20
Giffi, GIft For Future Inventors let children build their own
robots or kinetic sculptures.
It consists of moving parts and support parts.
There are currently three types of moving parts: rotating, linear
actuating and sweeping. Each part has its own microcontroller
inside, by simply assembling and plugging them in to power with a
battery box or
wall plug box, children can quickly build a moving object. There
are also many passive parts that enable them to design different