The first Wavemaker event was a taster session that took place on 6th and 7th February 2015, at the Mitchell Arts Centre in Stoke-on-Trent and explored the demand and interests of the local community in technology.
The goal is to create a city centre space for makers, creatives and coders.
Wavemaker will be a new space in the City Centre for people of all ages wishing to learn how to code, make, hack and 3D print technologies. The space will provide all the tech and help, you just bring your ideas.
The space will feature 3D printers, computers, internet of things and open source technologies.
We aim to open in 2015 however we will be running taster sessions such as robot workshops, Raspberry Pi jams, code clubs and hacklabs.
- Wavemaker Stoke on Twitter
- Get the kids hacking [Industry Today]
- WaveMaker Digital Skills Project [Staffordshire University]
- Wavemaker Stoke [Samual Freeman]
- WaveMaker project to boost Stoke-on-Trent digital skills [StaffsLive]
- Bitjam and the Wavemaker consortium successful with Comic Relief and Nominet Trust pilot funding! [Bitjam]
- Computer games to inspire new vision of Stoke-on-Trent [The Sentinel]
- Wavemaker Stoke [Ashley James Brown (Digital Artist)]
- Project offers people chance to get their hands on future technology in Stoke-on-Trent [Signal1]