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Masakazu Tks Takasu
· January 2, 2017
If you want to make friend, and cozy geek time, here is very creative and relaxed place.
Andrew Koh
· March 23, 2017
It' s a cool place to work and getting to know more people.
Weiman Kow
· October 20, 2015
Drones, 3d printers, raspi and arduino boards, library of classic scifi, horror and fantasy, bean bags, huge projector (mainly for anime and games), occulus rift, pantry with oven and dishwashers... what is there not to like about this place???
Lau Bernice
· August 21, 2015
This co working space is definitely The Place to meet interesting engineers, scientists, artists, bio hackers, musicians and people from all walks of life. Simply put, a haven for the aspiring geeks.
Kannan Shanmugavel
· January 16, 2016
Awesome place and people would love to visit often
TeZ Maurizio Martinucci
· February 11, 2015
Great place, great folks, recommended to all creative people!
Qi Yun
March 9, 2012
A great co-working space for start-ups and entrepreneurs to consider =)
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Come and see our largest Maker Faire exhibit ever! This year we have a record 14 makers showing amateur radio, OpenBio, The Food Futures Salon, 3D Printing, concrete art, and a visualisation of Singapore eateries using sustainable palm oil.

Most of the exhibits are together in the Annexe Hall; the amateur radio exhibit includes a set of antennas near the Western Entrance (some on the building, some in the Eco Garden).

Royce Ng Sayanee Basu Roland Turner Sam Kjm Adeline Seah Ma Terie Chow Loong Jin Marcel Wanandi Lim Min Li Kheng Hui Yeo

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Jul 22 - Jul 23Science Centre SingaporeSingapore
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As part of the process of building a finely tune instrument, a classic single light experiment was set up using vernier calipers, with width set to lesser than that of the laser. Next step: cutting very thin slits into paper.

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