It was about time: We’ll dare to venture outside of Hanover and take the Maker Faire to Berlin. On the first October weekend, the historic Postbahnhof am Ostbahnhof, a former railway station, will become the international hub of the maker movement.
We are quite excited what the makers of Germany’s capital will contribute to this event. We’re looking forward to veteran hackers meeting young hardware start-ups and wearable electronic artists meeting kids at their first soldering lesson. We’re eager to see the eyes of every visitor light up when they see the crazy, blinking, noisy congregation that is Maker Faire.
Our Call for Makers (form is in German only, for now) is up and running until July 12. That sounds like ages from now, but if you definitely want to take part, don’t wait until the last moment to commit. We’re also looking for volunteers already, so if you want to help for free entrance and goodies, let us know.