Some people argue that we are facing a      New Industrial Revolution              WHY?          Two main reasons>
1#Limitless Open Source movement
These websites contain free softwares for people to engage with a project. All of them showcase examples, innovatives ways...
This is the concept of Open Source come to real.These websites contain free softwares for people to engage with a project....
Open Source means no patents, no Copyrights;so free world-wide shared technological ideas.      Do It Yourself Technology....
2#Makers revolution
Also, the revolution comes along a Manufacturing innovation that can change the world.The Economist Magazine defines this ...
DIY products made by ‘normal’ people using 3D printers.  http://gigaom.com/apple/when-3d-printing-meets-ipod-nano/
This is the first time that Technology isunderstood in the same level asdecoration, gardening or other do-it-yourself acti...
TECHNOLTechnological DIY WebsitesInstead of going to the market, log in to any of this websites and learn and apply knowle...
Anyone is capable of become an amateur engineer, scientist or inventor.– Sylvia shares all her creations at Sylvia’s Show....
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  1. 1. Some people argue that we are facing a New Industrial Revolution WHY? Two main reasons>
  2. 2. 1#Limitless Open Source movement
  3. 3. These websites contain free softwares for people to engage with a project. All of them showcase examples, innovatives ways of thinking and is completely free.This is the concept of Open Source come to real. People can access this information and build their own experiments from it. . Is like a DIY website but with technology, Solve for <x> on the other hand works as space to share ideas and projects ocurring all around the globe. The format Is like TED.
  4. 4. This is the concept of Open Source come to real.These websites contain free softwares for people to engage with a project.All of them showcase examples, innovatives ways of thinking and is completely free.
  5. 5. Open Source means no patents, no Copyrights;so free world-wide shared technological ideas. Do It Yourself Technology. Communities – Networks – Projects Schools – NGO’s - Universities
  6. 6. 2#Makers revolution
  7. 7. Also, the revolution comes along a Manufacturing innovation that can change the world.The Economist Magazine defines this moment as the 3rd Industrial Revolution:Introducing 3D printers: ‘The old way of making things involved taking lots of parts and screwing or weldingthem together.Now a product can be designed on a computer and “printed” on a 3D printer, which creates a solid object bybuilding up successive layers of material. The digital design can be tweaked with a few mouse clicks. The 3Dprinter can run unattended, and can make many things which are too complex for a traditional factory tohandle.In time, these amazing machines may be able to make almost anything, anywhere—from your garage to anAfrican village.’http://www.wired.co.uk/magazine/archive/2011/12/features/from-image-to-object/viewgallery#!image-number=8
  8. 8. DIY products made by ‘normal’ people using 3D printers. http://gigaom.com/apple/when-3d-printing-meets-ipod-nano/
  9. 9. This is the first time that Technology isunderstood in the same level asdecoration, gardening or other do-it-yourself activities.Knowledge about technology isstarting to be part of the culturalmindset of people sharing a scenariowhere you can access all theinformation you need to make anystuff you want.Is a Makers Movement fuelled by theconstant flow and exchange oftechnologic knowledge.
  10. 10. TECHNOLTechnological DIY WebsitesInstead of going to the market, log in to any of this websites and learn and apply knowledge–softwares, codes-that will help you to create and make any ideas you ever had. List of websites: - Thingiverse: technologic community that creates and share technology designs freely – so everyone has the tools and the knowledge to do some technological DIY. - Make: technology on your time: MAKE unites, inspires, informs, and entertains a growing community of resourceful people who undertake amazing projects in their backyards, basements, and garages. MAKE celebrates your right to tweak, hack, and bend any technology to your will. The MAKE audience continues to be a growing culture and community that believes in bettering ourselves, our environment, our educational system—our entire world. This is much more than an audience, its a worldwide movement that Make is leading—we call it the Maker Movement. - Instructables: Instructables is a web-based documentation platform where passionate people share what they do and how they do it, and learn from and collaborate with others. The seeds of Instructables germinated at the MIT Media Lab as the future founders of Squid Labs built places to share their projects and help others - Solve for <X>: Is a different version of TED talks but in this case it has a much more defined subject; technology and innovation. - Inventables: They created this online store that streamlines the process of innovation and inspire everyone – regardless of profession – to explore what’s possible. - Adafruit: It was created to be a hotspot online for learning electronics and making designed products for makers of all ages and skill levels.
  11. 11. Anyone is capable of become an amateur engineer, scientist or inventor.– Sylvia shares all her creations at Sylvia’s Show. She is only one of the numerous kids thatare learning by themselves. Trying and Trying. She is Maker Pioneer – technologicalnative. 11 years old.

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