This is what Makernow is really all about, our community of Makers.
All you need to do to become a member is to attend a lab and equipment induction (look on the calendar for equipment specific sessions on Fridays). To see who are current members are and what they have been up to, click on their profiles below -
Technician at Falmouth University
I am a local Penryn Community and Youthworker with an arts background specialising in Community Participation projects in arts and Horticulture.
I am an ecologist interested in making gadgets that remotely measure environmental information and the movement of animals. My current projects involve an Arduino-based system for counting bumblebees in and out of their nest box, and a infra-red sensor for detcting the movement of moths around lights at night.