Maker’s Asylum is a collaborative Makerspace. We bring together engineers, architects, designers, artistes, academicians, healthcare professionals to work on interdisciplinary projects through exploration and learning. As a designated FabLab, our centres in Mumbai and Delhi impart weekly rapid prototyping and digital fabrication trainings, work working and electronic workshops in addition to community required & requested meetups, build groups and sponsored projects.
For hardware entrepreneurs, it’s easy access to tools, technology and talent so they can prototype their ideas.
For problem solvers, it’s a space to exchange ideas with other like and unlike-minded folks who share your passion.
For hobbyists, it’s a place to explore, tinker and learn. Don’t let those ideas die on the drawing board.
Come make your ideas happen!
What People Will Learn:
– What’s the maker movement?
– Some great makerspaces to visit around the world
– What’s happening in the hardware space?
– Art plus tech
– STEAM education what’s that about?
-A fun possibly inspiring story of an Indian boy
About the speaker :
Vaibhav Chhabra is a mechanical engineer by profession but a carpenter by passion. A graduate from Boston University, Vaibhav spent 2 years of his career at EyeNetra, a startup from MIT media labs, building eye diagnostic devices. A few years ago, when he moved to Mumbai, Vaibhav began ‘Makers Asylum.’ He essentially coupled his degree with his passion to create the first community Makerspace in India. He is also an instructor at MIT REDX, MIT Media Lab’s health teach lab in India, A curator at Coalition, and the co-chair for innovation and entrepreneurship at YI – CII. He enjoys making furniture, machines and winning at ping pong.
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