In a world of mass-marketed gadgets designed to be trashed and replaced after a few years, is there room for the Egg-Bot, a machine that lets you design and draw images on … you guessed it … eggs?
Or how about the DODOcase, a hand-crafted cover for the iPad and other tablets that can be personalized to look like your favorite book?
Dominic Muren thinks so. That’s why he started The Humblefactory.
Located in Seattle, Washington, Humblefactory aims to develop and design tools that help people around the world build items that more mainstream manufacturers can’t … or won’t.
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