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  At a time when even writing is getting obsolete, people across the state are answering an inner call to use their hands to make things.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa finds people are pooling resources and expertise, and computers often play a major role.

An annual maker gathering, the Mini Maker Faire, happens on O‘ahu

Check out the O‘ahu Makerspace and get with their motto:  Let’s make it happen!

  Next time on Bytemarks Cafe we’ll check in with the local makerspace community and find out what’s new. Both Oahu Makerspace and Hi-Capacity have moved into new digs and upgraded their programs. What’s the current state of Hawaii’s maker movement?

There are an estimated two thousand maker spaces around the world.  Also called hackerspaces or co-working spaces, these enclaves of equipment and creative people are part of a changing way of working.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports.

Learn more about Maker Spaces in HawaiiOahuKauai, and Maui.