You’re in Robert Frost’s shoes, standing at the juncture of two roads, and you choose the one that is less traveled. The one without all the engineers, lawyers, doctors, and every other professional everybody desperately pushed you to become. But this wasn’t even the hardest part, was it? It’s the daunting question - “what comes next?” Unlike the ones who took the other road, your path is not outlined for you, which is why you decided to walk on it in the first place, but this also means, you could either profit from your passion or become a lost soul in the crowd nobody talks about. The path is perilous, but if you reach the destination, you’d be at the peak of fulfillment.
Maker´s Asylum is officially a Fab Lab!
Maker’s Asylum Delhi recently hosted a Maker Spotlight event to showcase some of the projects being worked on by our community as well as exchange stories. Sharing with us his experiences was Tudor Tarlev. Self titled ‘Soviet kid turned world citizen. Full time venture creator and failure master’, Tudor is the Hacker in Residence at Tsinghua University, a public speaker, writer and maker.
Following the awesome Pecha Kucha format, Makers Asylum Mumbai recently hosted a Maker Spotlight event to showcase some of the projects being worked on by the community. We had a great list of speakers talking about a wide array of things ranging from experiences, travel adventures, making designer leather bags, handcrafted wooden eye frames to electronics and interactive learning products.