The fifth edition of the Fab Academy Diploma, the main educational program of the Fab Lab Network, is open for applications. Next edition will take place from January 21st to June 3rd, 2015.
The Open Data Institute awards world's best open data projects on November 4th 2014.
The children that joined our FabSchool Kids centre series started right away with soldering their own mini computer: the Diavolino
We are starting something new at the Waag: MaptimeAMS, a monthly map hack night. Bring your favourite map!
Ivorish, the intended line of jewelry made by Nina van den Broek, intern of the Open Wetlab at Waag Society, is made of our own primary teeth.
Twenty years after the launch of The Digital City (De Digitale Stad - DDS) it will get a place in the permanent collection of the Amsterdam Museum.
In the RICHES project we explore the use of new technologies for cultural heritage experiences as one of the important aspects for change. We research and build innovative solutions for museums.
The Dutch alien tablet game 'Gloeiend Goed' helps both parents and their kids to share news again amongs each other, instead of only with their mobile devices.
The Dutch television show called 'Het Klokhuis' brings an inspiring new series of five weekly episodes on design. Mickael Boulay of Waag Society is one of the designers in the episode on 'Design Cutlery'.
This map made by Waag Society shows the age of almost ten million buildings in The Netherlands and is selected for the second Istanbul Design Biennial.