The technologies are useful for many things in the future, and certainly
useful to hackspaces seen as "build anything centres", even if the
current space is insufficient to house/use them all.
Angling developement toward the items other spaces could use interally
would seem the best option for driven development (the induction heater
I'm also glad you said colonise rather than terraform or something.
Personally, I think the key to the universe is lunar mining, refining
On 04/10/2012 09:53, Alex Cureton-Griffiths wrote:
> I've been looking into this and I'd be interested in getting involved
> (when I actually get to the UK in a few months). My passion is working
> on tech to help humanity colonize space, and we'd need all those
> industrial machines if we're ever going to colonise the moon and Mars :)
> More info about what I'm doing at www.spacegambit.org - I'm not the only
> On Wednesday, October 3, 2012 11:42:28 PM UTC+8, AdamMesser wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm interested in meeting people who would like to develop the tools
> What is the GVCS?
> "The Global Village Construction Set (GVCS) is a open source,
> I’d recommend just watching the TED video about it here:
> And here's my take on it: they're developing a bunch of cool open
> So I'm keen to meet anyone else who has an interest in developing
> Who is interested?
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