If you’ve ever been cut off on the road by the typical Puchong driver, you may have wished for a device that could somehow tell that driver exactly what you think of their mother. And a lot of the time, it’s exactly these situations that become the
ir mother of all invention… just that we never actually go around to making it.
But the students at Taylor’s Me.reka Makerspace actually put their ideas to work, so that no one else would have to experience the same bad day that inspired their inventions. Just so you’re not wondering, Me.reka Makerspace is part of a social enterprise that focuses on teaching young people skills of the future (ie, science and tech), while Taylor’s is a uni that teaches young people. So, with their powers combined, Taylor’s Me.reka Makerspace allows students, lecturers, and experts from different fields to come together and make cool stuff.