Before we take on understanding the mammoth maker movement, you should meet Bob. He is a dancing robot that enjoys a considerable amount of air time online. Bob is made up mostly of circuits though his shiny blue suit is a polymer that was 3D printed at a Mumbai-based makerspace called Maker’s Asylum.
One would be mistaken to assume that the maker movement began from makerspaces because like all quiet subcultures, makers too started at home. They slowly grew to find others like them and occupied physical spaces which they began to call by a cool name. Makerspaces can be simply defined as a gym for tools where makers, people like you and me, go to flex their creative muscles and build things.
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