Consider yourself the nerdy type? Do your eyes light up at the mention of micro controllers, sensors and other electronics? Or are you more into games and guerilla gardening?
If any of the above is you, make sure to clear your calendar for one or two days in early November this year to visit Make Munich 2014. While you get all excited about this prospect, let me give you some more mouthwatering info:
Make Munich is an open fair where creative and nerdy people can share their projects. Last year there was a strong showing from the rapid prototyping community (3D printing, laser cutting, etc.) as well as representation from DIY consumer electronics products like Arduino, digital and board games and craft-based booths like jewelery makers, guerilla gardeners and silk-screeners.
If you like to get your hand dirty instead of just looking at things, there will also be talks and workshops to participate in. Last year, for example, Simone Rebaudengo talked about addicted toasters and Anna Blumenkranz got kids excited about the possibilities of soft electronics.
To find out more about the event visit: make-munich.de
When? 1st and 2nd of November 2014
Where? Reithalle München