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Some might dismiss the Maker movement as a mere hobby of the geeky and privileged, and a certain level of tech-hype skepticism is always healthy. But the open DIY hacker ethos it represents can prove powerful and possibly transformative in less-privileged regions of the world. A stunning example of this …

The day has come. The day we have all been waiting for, our Indiegogo campaign is live! Seriously, we’re not kidding, check it out, tell your friends! www.indiegogo.com/wikiseat (Source: http://www.youtube.com/)

We’re huge now! Yay!

We’re huge now! Yay!

It has only been two weeks since we posted the Call to Action asking educators to participate in the WikiSeat project. As of today, we have over 5,000 students, over 100 educators, on three different continents, who all want to make seats. These numbers are both exhilarating and terrifying. We …

Updates! First, check out our Kickstarter sketch video version 2. It has a lot more awesome inside. The sound leveling and video size are a bit off, but let us know what you think about the content. Is there anything missing? Do you want to make a seat yet? Are …