What can you do to produce food 10 times cheaper, 10 times faster and 10 times easier? A FoodJam hosted by Growstack comes closer to the answer as engineering with food will be a much wanted skill in an (over)populated future.
This year’s hack4dk had a rather morbid theme, since we played with the Copenhagen Burial Protocols from 1861-1912. It’s still a great place to learn and have fun at the same time, paying with your brainpower to future innovation.
New inspiration is something that you should never take for granted. If you work in a creative business like I do, I recommend a hackathon to make you see what united brainforces can do in a weekend. I’ll give you; #hack4dk 2015.
With Danish weather, you never know when to look for indoor-alternatives to your current plans. Diving into my best subject of DIY, I will show you a few amazing ideas from this years’ Maker Day, all made by the very best makers.
They created the biggest Makerfestival of Northern Europe, pretty much out of nothing. Now they are finally ready to make a home of their own, complete with 3D printing and laser cuttings. Do you wish to join the Orange Makers?