The Rise of Maker Culture
The emergence of the Academy of the Impossible is not an isolated event, but rather part of the larger rise of “maker culture”.
At both our inaugural Play the Impossible and Test the Impossible events we focused on the connection between creation and experimentation, between brainstorm and business start-up.
We also hope in time to have a 3D printer, a silk screen press, a button maker, and other tools to create, beyond just the digital we already posses.
The rise of maker culture is exciting, and something we hope will be reflected in our work moving forward.