MakerBot & Thingiverse at Ars Electronica

Posted by on Friday, September 3, 2010 in Uncategorized


Ars Electronica is an epic arts celebration and MakerBot and Thingiverse won an honorable mention in the Digital Communities category. This is kinda a big deal that together we have been seriously recognized by an artistic organization as a community. This shines a spotlight on all of you MakerBot Operators and Citizens of Thingiverse!

Lots of Thingiverse Citizens are here and last night I ran into Wizard23 who said that he remembered back in the day when only a few things would get uploaded every month to Thingiverse. It seems like these days it’s a few things every day! The library of downloadable digital designs is an important resource as we move into the future. Celebrate the citizens who refuse to share digital designs and free them from the suffering of loneliness and isolation on their hard drives!

MakerBot will be printing things out all weekend in the teleinternet. (also on twitter as teleinternet) If you’re in Linz, stop by the 3rd floor of the big tobacco factory building and say hi!

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  • Erik de Bruijn
    September 4, 2010 at 1:45 am

    I’ve also found that 3D printers are the new fireplaces where people gather. It sort of creates the right ambiance, right away. Might have to do with the slightly intoxicating fumes of molten plastics, too.

  • First Day At The Botcave - MakerBot Industries
    September 9, 2010 at 2:02 pm

    […] feel pretty confident with my printing skills. But I did make a couple of mistakes along the way. Bre just got back from Ars Electronica celebrating an honorable mention in the Digital Communities category. He traveled all the way to […]

  • Maurice Last
    March 1, 2013 at 2:35 pm


    I would like to use the image in this post on my website, as part of a logo for my stories around the digital campfire ePortfolio. If this is not your image, could you email me infomration about who the copyright holder might be.

    Oh, and I love your product! Would not mind having one at our school.




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