Mobile Hacker & Makerspaces

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Vans, Trucks, Buses, Mobile hackbases !
Part of 🔗hackbase-type4.

    20191004 bang
    20190909 moved out of 🔗trucko !
    20191229 36c3 overview
    20200817 touchup

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    * 🔗trucko of (Canary Islands):
        Bought in 2016, Fixed up since 2019
        Used as project's storage, living and hackbase deployment vehicle

    * (Brussels/BE):
        Tom Behets, etc.
        Converted bus ~15m !
        Used for Hardware Hacking Area @ cccamp2019 etc
        Part of instacity hackbase.
        (img via

    * Apollo-NG by Chrono (Munich/DE):
        A mobile hackbase project!
        See website.
        (img via

    * :
        See post, post, ...
        Connected to @weareGIG
        (img via

    * Cadus deployed several humanitarian, hospital-themed vehicles:
        (always present at CCC events)
        (img via

    * :
        very strong projects!
        not sure if it's a real van yet or only a plan ???
        (img via

    * Aruba (a Caribbean Island) DAF truck:
        mobile makerspace with 3D printers etc
        (img via

    * :
        "So this is my home now, a 4×4 ex-firefighter truck from 1976"
        "not so normal living conditions"
        Updates from 2017: here
        (img via

    * Sanea "mobile fab lab" @Qatar:
        "sessions and educational workshops for students"
        (img via official website)

    * Ruby On Wheels:

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    * /tmp/van:
        of /tmp/lab (Paris/FR)
    * SnolahC's van in Berlin/DE:
        🔗terminus initiative

    * "Mobile Makerspace":
        (2013-2015 last update) :

    * (2010) "HACKBUS":
        Yesterday at The Next Hope in NYC, Johannes Grenzfurthner of monochrom announced Hackbus, a community wiki for mobile hack vehicles around the world. Here’s more on the Hackbus concept.
        Site is since DOWN.
        → :
            Hackbusses (or mobile hacklabs or hack vehicles) are a low-threshold way of bringing the culture of hacking to the people. They are migratory learning and teaching units, taking the talented hackers and their ideas out of urban centers and bringing them to people who might not otherwise be aware of the possibilities available to them
        surviving links:
            * !!
            * [...] ###
        [!!!] contact and ask what's up:
            * who was involved
            * what happened
            * if materials could be recovered
            * [...]

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