Programming games, making a mini-computer or working with a 3D-printer? Children of group 7 or 8 in primary education can join FabSchool Kids.
Good news for all kids who want to understand the Internet better and discover what they can do to protect their privacy online. We are very pleased that we can proceed with our project, Cryptokids.
Our latest initiative involves mapping the waters of Amsterdam, to know if they are suitable as swimwater.
Amsterdam is set to become a ‘connected city,’ with the launch of a new Internet-of-Things wireless network. Our building De Waag is one of the ten access points.
We are looking for a fundraiser/project developer (32-40 hours per week), to support and develop new projects for the Amsterdam Fablab, Open Wetlab and Open Design Lab of Waag Society.
Heritage can be found everywhere. Not just in museum collections, presented at a nice location, or locked up in storage.
With technology that is just a few months on the market, it is possible to build an internet network for things without 3G or WiFi.
Linkx was was one of the winners of Mobiles for Good Challenge this year. A great initiative by Helma van Rijn, until shortly concept developer at Waag Society.
Recently, a book was published on how to design apps and websites in such a way that people become captivated by their screens and smartphones.
Hester van Zuthem took part in the ‘24hr Inclusive Design Challenge’ at the Design4Health conference and won the public prize with 'Pulse Pal' designed for Parkinson-patients.
In Sheffield (UK), the third European Design4Health-conference took place from 13-16 July 2015. Sabine Wildevuur presented the People Value Canvas.