It has been several days, from June 2 to 6, where innovation has been present at all times.
We are talking about the Maker Faire Galicia, the seventh edition of an event that has opted for a 100% online format within a virtual Gaiás Museum.
It has thus taken the step to open the doors to the whole world in a way that had not been seen in previous editions: 70% of the visitors were international, with many visits from the USA, France, UK and Latin America.
We were able to see competitions with really interesting projects:
– PictoTempo Project, an application to help users with some type of autism spectrum disorder perform daily tasks, or even users with functional and cognitive diversity.
– AmigX Project, to eradicate the feminization of poverty.
– A project to interact with machines at the brain level.
– Project Pathfinder, to train astronauts in weightless conditions.
– Interactive mapping on the History of Spain.
– A domestic beer fermenter.
All these projects, which were winners, and other proposals, you can find them in makerfairegalicia.com.
During the open days, the public awards were also given in the Minimakers and Makers categories, where we saw from a smart pantry to a robotic hand or a flight instrument system.
All these contents will be on the platform throughout the year, so you can enjoy them as many times as you want.