A second interim study report by the European Digital Social Innovation (DSI) project has been published, to which Frank Kresin (research director of Waag Society) made a contribution.
The Vienna Open Festival 2014 takes place for the third time in succession. This year, the main focus lies on the open composition of design and architecture as well as on open knowledge transfer and urban development.
On 14 September 2014, the Dutch broadcasting organisation VPRO showed a new edition of the television programme Tegenlicht about 'The new makers'.
A Smart Citizen workshop was held at the OpenLivingLab ENoLL Summer School on 4 September 2014 in Amsterdam.
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Starting in September 2014, the Dutch Internet streaming media programme Top Names by Fast Moving Targets will be broadcasted from our building De Waag.
On 5 September 2014 the Nieuwmarkt square forms the background for ZigZag and a world of textiles: knitting, weaving and felting and not only the classic crafts, but combined with new technology!
On 20 June 2014, the opening of the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS) took place. The core of AMS is the data platform.
Crowdsuing is new Dutch online platform that wants to solve injustices and find the funds for possible law cases by crowdfunding.
Waag Society has made a Business Lounge Guide for the Apps for Europe competition, that bundles all the lessons learned from the first edition op the European open data competition.