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  • Fab Lab – nach dem Konzept von Neil Gershenfeld: http://fab.cba.mit.edu/Beschrieben im Buch: The Coming Revolution on Your Desktop--from Personal Computers to Personal Fabrication (Neil Gershenfeld, 2005).“What if you could someday put the manufacturing power of an automobile plant on your desktop? According to Neil Gershenfeld, the renowned MIT scientist and inventor, the next big thing is personal fabrication-the ability to design and produce your own products, in your own home, with a machine that combines consumer electronics and industrial tools. Personal fabricators are about to revolutionize the world just as personal computers did a generation ago, and Fab shows us how. Editorial Review - Reed Business Information (c) 2005When technology manufacturer Ken Olson proclaimed in 1977 that &quot;[t]here is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home,&quot; he vastly underestimated the device&apos;s functionality. Gershenfeld (director, Ctr. for Bits and Atoms, MIT; When Things Start To Think) waxes enthusiastic about the coming of the &quot;personal fabricator,&quot; that is, &quot;a machine that makes machines.&quot; If you think Star Trek&apos;s &quot;replicator&quot; is purely science fiction, get ready for &quot;fab labs.&quot; Gershenfeld and his colleagues have established these breeding grounds of invention in India, Africa, Norway, and Boston to empower local people to use technology to create jewelry from junk, capture solar power, and make milk safe to drink. Throughout, we are shown how art and artisan have reunited &quot;to put control of the creation back in the hands of its users&quot; and make science hands-on for children, engineers, and rural craftspeople alike. Fab-ulous and highly recommended for all libraries.-Heather O&apos;Brien, Ph.D. student, SLIS, Dalhousie Univ., Halifax, N.S. http://books.google.com/books?id=Oil3bH6fKBkCTypische Ausstattung eines Fablabs ():Laser CutterCNC PortalfräseVynil CutterModellbaufräseVideokonferenz zum Verbinden mit mcu.cba.mit.eduoptional: 3D-Printer
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/tonz/4912698392/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  • een lasercutter
  • Fablabs worldwideofficial list: http://fab.cba.mit.edu/about/labs/not-so-official list: http://www.fablab.is/w/index.php/Fab_Lab_Portal (scroll down)
  • Author BioPeter Troxler is an independent researcher, concept developer and implementor at the intersection of business administration, society and technology. His interest and expertise are in management systems, such as quality and knowledge management, in the application of technologies, particularly Internet and Web 2.0 technology, and in the overall architecture and design of the social, technological and commercial aspects of enterprises. He is equally intrigued by the challenges of investigating models that explain and applying these models to both companies as permanent and projects as temporary organisations. One current topic is how structural and societal conditions influence and are influenced by various forms of co-creation, for example the current intellectual property and copyright regimes.Peter has worked as a research manager in knowledge management and technologies at the University of Aberdeen (Scotland, UK; 2001-2004) and he has been a researcher in industrial psychology at ETH Zurich (1993-1999). Peter also workes in business as a senior consultant for Akronym GmbH , Switzerland, (since 1997), as a senior project manager at Waag Society, The Netherlands, (2007-2009) and for GEC Alsthom (now Areva T&amp;D) Switzerland as an industrial engineer (1988-1995).Next to his business and academic assignments, Peter has helped to initiate various interdisciplinary cultural and artistic projects—in Lucerne (Switzerland) and Melk (Austria) he co-founded the group p&amp;s (2000) that is responsible for the European project readme.cc virtual library (funded by the European Culture 2000 programme), and in Aberdeen (Scotland, UK) he initiated the project Oil and the City (2004/5) discussing the impact of the oil industry on the social life an cohesion in the city. Peter’s contribution was in bridging the gap between culture and entrepreneurship. His interest in these projects was integrating arts, academia and media, and bringing about public involvement and public discourse.Peter holds a Dr. sc. techn. and an MSc. in industrial engineering from ETH Zurich, he received a certificate in International Copyright Law from the University of Amsterdam, and he has received formal training in online journalism, in educational video production, as a facilitator for Local Agenda 21 and for Future Workshops, and in audio engineering.w: http://www.square-1.eue: peter@square-1.eut: @trox
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