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Maker movement

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De jeugd van tegenwoordig bruist van sociaal ondernemerschap, deelt haar ideeën en is ecologisch bewust.  
Met plekken als MakerLabs, technologieën als 3D printen en gedachtengoed als building with nature heb je de perfecte cocktail voor een generatie die het verschil zal maken.
Wat is je excuus om geen dingen te bedenken en ze vervolgens te beginnen bouwen?
Dankzij het internet of things, crowd sourcing en micro-productie kan vandaag iedereen een ondernemer zijn.

De maker movement hertekent niet alleen onze economische modellen, maar ook de manier waarop we kennis delen, ondernemen en produceren.

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Maker movement

  1. 1. Work hard, have fun, make things we are makers
  2. 2. ben de vleeschauwerBen De Vleeschauwer
  3. 3. Ben De Vleeschauwer Lecturer Multimedia & Communication Technology Karel de Grote University College www.mctantwerpen.be @sheriffbenjamin
  4. 4. The Communication Company
  5. 5. These Days
  6. 6. KdG University College
  7. 7. WHY DOESN’T HE JUST USE A PAPER CLIP?
  8. 8. When we build
  9. 9. When we dream
  10. 10. 2 Maker movement 3 Engineers or pioneers? 4 From ego systems to eco systems 5 Work hard, have fun, make things 1 A generation of (change) makers
  11. 11. 1A generation of (change) makers
  12. 12. Fixing
 is the new black
  13. 13. Repaircafe.org
  14. 14. Fixerati bycicles
  15. 15. Upcycling
  16. 16. Terracycle
  17. 17. Craft is the new
 rock & roll
  18. 18. This is made by hand
  19. 19. Instructables
  20. 20. DIY.org
  21. 21. The amazings
  22. 22. Life hackers
  23. 23. IKEA hackers
  24. 24. 2Maker movement
  25. 25. Bring out the curious kid
 in yourself

  26. 26. Circuit scribe
  27. 27. Maker labs

  28. 28. Timelab
  29. 29. Ted for makers

  30. 30. Do lectures
  31. 31. Maker gatherings

  32. 32. Maker faire
  33. 33. 3Engineers or pioneers?
  34. 34. Those who do think different

  35. 35. Dominic Wilcox
  36. 36. Teach kids code

  37. 37. Clare Sutcliffe
  38. 38. The future needs fixing

  39. 39. Jane Ní Dhulchaointigh
  40. 40. “Fixing is the unsung hero of creativity. And it really
 shouldn’t be. It’s the most common, humble and beautiful form of creativity.
 Let’s wear that belief proudly.” — Sugru
  41. 41. half priest half entre- preneur

  42. 42. Daan Roosegaarde
  43. 43. 4From ego systems to eco systems
  44. 44. Ego Eco
  45. 45. Ego Eco
  46. 46. Ego Eco
  47. 47. Seth Godin
  48. 48. Crowd sourcing

  49. 49. Vanmoof
  50. 50. Making open source the standard

  51. 51. Thingiverse
  52. 52. The home you
 download
  53. 53. Wikihouse
  54. 54. Making
 is already mainstream
  55. 55. Kickstarter
  56. 56. IndieGogo
  57. 57. Shapeways
  58. 58. iMaterialise
  59. 59. Maakbaar
  60. 60. Etsy
  61. 61. Fair products
  62. 62. FairPhone
  63. 63. 5Work hard, have fun, make things
  64. 64. My students make me 
 proud
  65. 65. VRT make-a-thon
  66. 66. The importance of side projects
  67. 67. +
  68. 68. +
  69. 69. Close inspection
  70. 70. Device lab
  71. 71. Graphite blue prints
  72. 72. Laser sharp hand cutting
  73. 73. iView-Master
  74. 74. Lego animations
  75. 75. 5So what is your excuse? .5
  76. 76. Start making
  77. 77. “Tomorrow is too late, yesterday is over and now is exactly the right moment. So start.” — Seth Godin
  78. 78. thank you what an awesome audience!
  79. 79. Ben De Vleeschauwer Lecturer Multimedia & Communication Technology Karel de Grote University College www.mctantwerpen.be @sheriffbenjamin

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