The maker movement is a trend in which individuals or groups of individuals create and market products that are recreated and assembled using unused, discarded or broken electronic, plastic, silicon or virtually any raw material and/or product from a computer-related device. The maker movement has led to the creation of a number of technology products. Makers and open hardware essential part of modern technology innovation.
One event to boots this Maker movement is Hackaday World Create Day on Saturday, April 23rd. The event is all about meeting others for an afternoon of creativity. Teams around the world will enter their ideas in the 2016 Hackaday Prize design concept challenge. This is the first ever worldwide event Hackaday has organized. There are meetups in Across The Americas, Europe and Africa, A Subcontinent, An Island Continent, And Asia. It’s six continents of awesome.