Studio Visits - how to!

With all of Europe's maker and hardware scene in town, it's a great opportunity to get to know your fellow participants and meet the locals, too.

We joined forces with Julian Adenauer and retune to offer a glimpse into the studios of the local creative hardware community. And yes, you heard right: Not just one studio, but five!

The studios will open their doors for you on May 8th, from 6-10pm, to offer an insight into their work:

  • Senic builds smart surfaces. Their first product is a programmable controller for your computer and connected devices.
  • Kiwi.ki is a keyless access-as-a-service for front doors of apartment buildings. KIWI works with the transponder "Ki" and the KIWI app.
  • relayr builds IoT hard- and software for Businesses and Developers. Their WunderBar allows quick and easy prototyping of connected things.
  • vai kai is a team of designers, makers and parents, based in Berlin, building better play experiences for today's children.
  • Fab Lab Berlin is an open Digital Fabrication Studio. Becoming Berlin's central maker hub by providing an interface between Makers, Companies, Universities and Schools.

Here's a map!

There is no fixed program. Just drop by at the studios, have a chat, a beer and a good time.

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