What has 3 wheels and is full of tools?

A small team of engineers, designers and educators is starting something big (well, big in some ways) at the Makers Asylum this summer. In an effort to bring making to a greater audience in Mumbai we are hitting the street in a fully customized auto rickshaw full of tools for making, hacking, building and learning. … Continued

Making with Empathy

A prosthetics innovator takes a step into the lives of the people, for whom she’s designing 3D printed, artificial limbs

Robo buddy

A Bangalore-based company is teaching robotics to kids, starting from Standard III. Meet a few of their kits that clean AC ducts and blow bubbles

Laboratory of ideas

Founder of Nutz and Boltz, Varun, describes the makerspace as ” a public library where people rent out stuff and pay for only what they use”

Laser Harp

No strings attached? This harp uses laser beams connected to sensors, each of which stands for a particular musical note

Making in India

Mathematician and columnist Rohit Gupta on the politics of innovation and why we need to look at technology as art