|Overview: Maker Culture|
A collection of subcultures related to making new technology and customizing existing technology.
What is Maker Culture?
John Spacey, updated on December 14, 2016
Maker culture is a collection of subcultures related to making new technology and customizing existing technology. It can be considered the technology branch of do-it-yourself. Common areas of maker culture include computing hardware, robotics, 3D printing, scientific equipment, digital music composition, media, digital art, animation and vehicle customization. In many cases, traditional arts and crafts such as wood working also play a role.
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