by Jaime de los Ríos
Vagabonds is going to host an onsite and online event named: Digital art, 3D printing and recycling technologies
When? Friday30th June / 5pm UTC +1 /
This event is our collaboration with Cocohub community and their effort to spread the idea of “Network States” around the world. One way is just gathering, creating local events and share them online. Yes, we joined the “Network State World meetups” and Friday 30th will be the 3rd session
We are going to start with a brief description of the topic: The interaction between Digital Art and Recycling Technologies, two seemingly disparate fields that converge through innovation and ingenuity.
Introduce Jaime De Los Ríos, a visionary artist who specializes in the fusion of technology and art, bringing a unique perspective to this discussion.
𝗡𝗘𝗧𝗪𝗢𝗥𝗞 𝗦𝗧𝗔𝗧𝗘 𝗪𝗢𝗥𝗟𝗗 𝗠𝗘𝗘𝗧𝗨𝗣 #𝟯 by Cocohub
This meetup is designed for Digital No-MADs, Crypto Knights, Decentralization Dreamers, Blockchain Gurus, Community Leaders, and everyone who dreams of building Sovereign Communities or revolutionary Network States. How digital art, 3D printing and recycling technologies can promote the creativity.
Join us in envisioning the birth of non-violent successors to Nation States — the Network State.
Why digital art and network state?
In the next decade, Cocohub foresee the rise of thousands of harmonious decentralized communities, collectively challenging the new world order by crowdfunding territories and earning diplomatic recognition from pre-existing legacy states.
Cocohub likes to think of it as ‘updating Humanity’s Operating System.’ or the time when Bitcoin was just pennies and don’t forget the digital art, 3D printing and recycling technologies.
Let’s explore what Network States are, how to bring them to life, and the transformative opportunities they hold for the next chapter of humanity. Let’s explore digital art together
More and more people are starting to agree that the experiment of the Nation State has failed…so let’s experiment with digital art, 3D printing and recycling technologies.
We are going to talk about hackathons, fablabs, digital art and collaboration
Here some words about these concepts
A hackathon is an event where individuals or teams come together to collaborate, innovate, and build something awesome in a short amount of time.
It’s a unique opportunity to unleash your creativity, problem-solving skills, and technical expertise. During a hackathon, participants typically work on developing software applications, mobile apps, websites, or even hardware prototypes. The goal is to come up with a functional and innovative solution to a specific challenge or problem.
Hackathons are known for their fast-paced, intense environment, with participants working against the clock to bring their ideas to life. They often span over a day or a weekend, allowing teams to immerse themselves in the project and push their boundaries. One of the most exciting aspects of hackathons is the collaborative nature. You get to work alongside like-minded individuals who share your passion for technology and innovation. It’s a fantastic opportunity to network, learn from others, and exchange ideas.
Many hackathons also offer mentors and workshops, providing guidance and support throughout the event. Plus, there are usually awesome prizes and recognition for the best projects, which adds a competitive element and a sense of accomplishment. Whether you’re a seasoned developer, a designer, or someone with a keen interest in technology, hackathons are an excellent way to challenge yourself, explore new ideas, and gain hands-on experience. They can be a stepping stone towards turning your innovative concepts into reality.
So, if you’re looking for an immersive and exhilarating experience, we highly recommend participating in a hackathon.
Keep an eye out for upcoming events in your area or even online.
Who knows, you might end up creating something extraordinary!
Good luck and happy hacking!
A Fablab, short for “fabrication laboratory,” is a collaborative workspace where people come together to learn, create, and innovate using various digital fabrication tools. It’s a unique environment that promotes hands-on exploration and experimentation with technology.
In a Fablab, you’ll find a range of tools and equipment like 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC machines, electronics workstations, and more. These resources enable individuals to turn their ideas into physical objects or prototypes.
The main philosophy behind Fablabs is accessibility and democratization of technology. They aim to provide open access to the tools and knowledge necessary for digital fabrication, fostering a community of creators, makers, and inventors.
Fablabs encourage collaboration and knowledge sharing. They often host workshops, training sessions, and events where participants can learn new skills, share their expertise, and collaborate on projects. It’s a fantastic opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals, explore different disciplines, and be part of a vibrant creative community.
Whether you’re interested in product design, engineering, art, or any other field that involves making things, Fablabs offer a supportive environment for you to unleash your creativity and bring your ideas to life.
So, if you’re looking for a place to learn, experiment, and create using cutting-edge fabrication tools, I highly recommend checking out a Fablab near you. It’s an exciting and inspiring space where innovation knows no bounds. Have fun exploring and making incredible things!