Dóing: Enlarged Workshop

 

The Exhibition

 

This is a space to create, make, experience, build and share where trial and error come together in a fun and inspiring way. More than 500 m2 of activities for makers, curious and ingenious, nerds and geeks, cheeky little ones and older nutty ones.
Doing is divided into two areas:


 
 
 
 

Tinkering

Tinkering


The Tinkering area contains open activities that make us think with our hands, letting us overcome obstacles and go beyond ourselves. There are many challenges: explore electrical circuits, build paper aeroplanes and test their aerodynamics, create pathways for a marble to travel between two points the fastest or slowest way possible, or any other challenge proposed by the visitor. This is a place of innovation and creativity for schools and families. 









Maker

Maker


The Maker area is a production space where visitors can develop their own projects. From the creation of clothes and jewellery with electronic components, to printing objects with 3D printers, as well as manufacturing small gadgets, this is a space where ideas take shape.




 
 
 
 

 

 Ongoing activities: 

 




Wind pipes

Wind pipes


Because we like to see things flying?
Create an object that floats in the wind pipe, which flies higher, which whirls endlessly... Strawberry baskets, straws, ping-pong balls, foam pieces, everything becomes flying art. 









Marble machines

Marble machines


Pling, poing, tung! Like an amusement park for marbles.
Build a course for marbles using gutters, hoppers, PVC pipes and whatever pops into your head and is at hand. The aim is to make the marble go from here to there... Try to do a loop, create an elevator that transports the marble to the top of the plate or use several marbles for more complex chain reactions.



 




Scribble machines

Scribble machines



Impulsive machines with an artistic flair, some more electric, others more mechanical. Schcraft, schcraft...
A scribble machine is a gadget made of springs, rubber bands and thread spools that moves and leaves a mark. Can you change the artist's temperament and create works with different styles?
 









Electrical circuits

Electrical circuits


Some shed crocodile tears and some have the strength of a crocodile. Some ideas do pling! and others buzz!
You can freely use batteries, light bulbs, buzzers and switches to build electrical circuits. Crocodiles don't bite!



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