My explanation on “Dining Space Project”, Lifepatch collaboration with Elia Nurvista, Teapot Experience, Otakatik Creative Workshop and Permablitz Yogyakarta. The documentation of Dining Space Project in Lifepatch’s site available [>>here<<].
A while ago, Urs Gaudenz made Hackteria’s Laser-cuts Microscopy Stages and sent 2 of these kits to Indonesia. One of the kit ended up in UGM Microbiology Lab – Faculty of Agriculture and the other one ended up in lifepatch. Titarubi, a fellow friend of us in Indonesia noticed our activities geek-ing around with DIY microscope and asked us to build one for her to use for workshops with children. It was all so sudden and we don’t have much time to ship one kit from Swiss. So we decided to build one manually, cloning on the Hackteria’s Laser-cuts Microscopy Stage design. I love this design it is simple, practical and stable.