Tag: Africa

Presenting Mamadou Diallo’s Pitcher : the Magic glove

Diallo Mamadou

For all those who are used to making presentations with slides, you have certainly used several methods to move from one slide to another. So far, the most commom method to perform this task is to do it directly from the PC. This is a useful technique when projection equipments are close to the one… Read more »

An open source and Low Cost all in one computer


 Pi-COMP is a all-in-one computer composed of a central unit ( Raspberry Pi) interconnected with a flat screen from recycled computers . The objective of this project is to design and build a low-cost computer replicable locally and easily. Since computers are still expensive for most of users in developping countries, Pi-COMP is a Low… Read more »

Introducing to the procedural Design

“ProcJam (For Procedural Jam) is defined as “an international “game jam” where people make things that make things. These “things” can be software that generates images, stories, or game levels. They could also be physical projects, such as a board game with dynamic layout, a wind chime (thing that makes music), or a set of… Read more »

Experimenting the power of Hands-on-learning

When I started working as a FabLab member and then as a FabLab manager, I never thought that it will be such a great experience in term of leadership, professional and personal development. My journey as an “African Fablaber” started 4 years ago as a volunteer with an NGO in Lomé (Togo). I used to… Read more »