Summer Camp: Open Source Village:
Make changes in rural areas through Fablab digital manufacturing
Longevity spirit of Shenzhen open innovation laboratory
“Open source village — Beehive” background:
The Western sculpture “walking people” painted in China’s rice paper is the open source of Chinese and Western art, the Sphinx and Chinese Confucius together is the open source of Western culture, and a spider-shaped female robot disciples in mutual learning from each other, is the open source of human and machine.
At the same time, rural areas can not only open their own construction, but also to the whole of China’s rural areas open. The smallest unit of Chinese culture — the village open to the future world, open source village was born. The open source manufacturing workshop inside the village, to carry out rural fan-marathon, so that they can build fans for energy, construction, agriculture, cultivation development. From hardware to software, from knowledge sharing systems to new copyright systems, they want to build a global open source village network.
“Open source village — Beehive” 10-day summer camp led by the US instructor, led four high school students personally into the open source village, and let them make a smart Beehive, put it on the open space of the village, Beehive in the activities of the environment and process, the open source will be injected into the practice of action.
Jason Hilgefort — Director of the International Program, Dean of UABB School, Jason Hildeffford studied urban planning and design at the University of Cincinnati in the United States and studied a master’s degree in architecture at the University of British Columbia. He has worked in New York (Ehrenkrantz Eckstut and Kuhn), Los Angeles (Behnisch Architects), Mumbai (Rahul Mehrotra of GSD) and other places. Jason won the award at the 11th European Young Architects Competition in Vienna. In addition, he joined the FUR (Future Urban Area) project. At the same time, he is also the author of the uncube magazine “architectural and beyond” column.
Let’s take a look at the results of the students
DAY 1: 2D design
Learning the use of 2D design software, basic teaching, including simple graphic design, cutting and engraving distinction, tenon fixed universal method; simple design of small products, and through the laser cutting machine to design corrugated board or billet board cut out.
DAY 2: 2D and 3D design
Try to combine 2D and 3D design methods to design a comprehensive work
DAY 3: Introduction to the Internet Development Board
Arduino installation; Arduino installation and configuration; Arduino programming example application; remote control; how to integrate intelligent hardware and beehive
Development of Internet of Things — Sensor Applications
How to really use the development board to control a variety of sensors; the course of the sensor will be combined into the Beehive (such as the installation of temperature / humidity sensor, remote data transmission, video surveillance hardware control).
DAY 4: American Tutor explains the architectural design foundation
The structure of the building, including the construction of the bridge, including the mechanical properties of the principle and the basic way of introduction; from shallow to deep, from simple to complex (such as from the evolution of wood bridges to the development of wood houses, and then to the complex Reinforced concrete structure of high — rise buildings)
Key words and purpose of open source village intelligent Beehive project
Introduce the development of Aker; introduce the meaning and purpose of Aker Beehive project.
DAY 5: Research Huizhou Xinguang Village
To the village research; planning Beehive project installation site location; smart Beehive in the actual natural environment also need to consider what factors.
DAY 6: Visit traditional bee farm
DAY 7: Making the main structure of the Beehive
Students themselves hands-on production, installation;
The final production and perfection of Beehive project
Tutor teaching intelligent Beehive hardware programming and application, including the temperature / humidity sensor settings and matching or photosensitive control intelligent lighting fill light system; teaching how to use existing knowledge to enrich the improvement of intelligent Beehive.
DAY 8-DAY 9: Enrich and improve intelligent Beehive
Students self-adapted to install smart beehive, integrity test; on-site installation of intelligent beehive.
Pay tribute to social innovation
Through this “open source village — smart Beehive” summer camp practice, we not only made the Beehive innovation, but also convey an open source spirit.
Open source village of deity is actually the global village, they really do not build a physical rural, land of rural areas, more is the mind of the whole earth.
In the future we will continue to write the global village, the public a more sustainable, ecologically beautiful way of life.