Threads have already made visible the first encryption activity of humans about 30,000 years ago.
That was the Code Week Germany together with the OpenLab Circular Textiles by House of All (Sarah Prien, Nicole Kiersz) in collaboration with Fab City Hamburg e.V. with the aim to bring especially young people closer to the connections between digital technologies and textiles.
⚙ All workshop participants immersed themselves in the world on the road to digitization, learning what knitting has to do with coding, for example, how to make their own spindles and whorls in the 3D printer, or even how to make their own weaving frames with the laser cutter. #circulareconomy
📌 The full article with details on the workshops can be read here:
Photo Credits: Sarah Prien, House of All.