Makers' bootcamps inscribe open innovations in reality by putting them within reach of all. They are a means of empowerment and discovery of innovative technologies through practice and manufacturing of impating products or services capable of socially changing our working and living spaces.
Offering four intensive days of learning programming, 2D & 3D design, electronics and digital manufacturing, makers' bootcamps enable understanding of new technologies by DIY and DIWO methodologies. Through this training, participants become capable of thinking and making in complex and uncertain environments.
The immersive experience of makers' bootcamp allows participants to learn how to work together in a project mode. By being challenged in group on their personal skills through a concrete project inscribed in a short time, they become agile, able to respond to constraints by making and doing together.