Mumbai based Maker’s Asylum can be described as a collaborative workspace and playground for engineers, doctors, artists, academicians, healthcare professionals, and others to come together and give shape to their ideas by making whatever they want. It is a place for hardware entrepreneurs to gain access to high-end tools and work on their projects, for hobbyists to explore and tinker, for artists to exchange ideas and improvise their designs, and so much more.
Recently, the team behind Maker’s Asylum came up with a brand new idea that is not only fascinating and unique, but will also take the workspace directly to the people. It is called the Maker Auto. It is a refurbished three wheeler that will serve as a mobile workspace to encourage hands-on making and tinkering. The auto has gull-wings, which, on opening, reveal an array of shelves stacked with advanced tools including a 3D printer.
The Maker Auto will release a route map of the places where it will stop in Mumbai next month. People are invited to drop by, participate, tinker around, and have some fun!