Place Category: Space
DIY Builders, Reverse Engineering Lab, Inventors’ Guild, Hackerspace; makerspace, a creative & innovative environment for intuitive thinkers. (66502)
HacroEvolution (permanent name not decided) is a prospective non-profit organization and space dedicated to technical, artistic and social collaboration.
Please join our Group too! https://www.facebook.com/groups/309702565756153/
We are technologists, inter-disciplinary tinkerers, crafters and programmers who call MHK home. We collaborate across disciplines for the benefit of cultural, charitable and scientific causes. We create our ideas, learn from and teach each other.
A place for copy-left, patent-free, free and open-source blue-printing, coding and fabrication can be done and combined. A creative commons, if you will. If you are an entrepreneur, don’t let that turn you off. People who work to be a very efficient manufacturer or investor have plenty of opportunities to profit from the skills and ideas which this community attracts and generates. I have no respect for people who use political privilege to prevent innovative competitors from reducing waste, and prevent innovators from introducing similar products which were designed to be better suited to un-met market demands.
America’s 2nd industrial revolution is near.
The information age will soon revolutionize a lot more than just where we get our news and media. It is already revolutionizing how we shop and collaborate. If you know more than just the definition of a 3D printer you probably would agree that the next way peer-to-peer communication will revolutionize the world is by decentralizing manufacturing, increasing the personalization and customization of products as well as making prototyping, testing and creation more available and competitive. It will likely mean the end of industry as it exists and usher in an age in which production freedom is a respected and protected right and intellectual property (aka ‘intellectual monopoly’) is relegated to the status of a relic of a previously primitive society.
KSU student group Free Source Makers and Inventors I had the pleasure of helping start.
The importance of a non-collegiate space and community is a cause I have particular interest in, will ultimately be the function of this page.
Past collaboration and makerspace-plans with a recent start-up Think-Tech (now defunct) and promising associations with groups around manhattan as well as makerspaces ~everywhere, I have visited many spaces personally and have learned a lot speaking to various founders over the years.
My long-term interest is in brain-computer interfacing.
I am Andrew Frey and you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org