About The Beach Lab

Welcome to The Beach Lab, a Fab(ulous) Lab(oratory) for research and development in digital fabrication and synthetic biology participant in a global network of interconnected Labs. In 2001 MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms started the first Fab Lab as an outreach social innovation project in India. Since then the movement has spreaded over the world, helping local communities to develop a self-sustainable future through collaborative innovation, with fab labs doubling faster than Moore's Law.

The Beach Lab is a bleeding edge concept of mobile fab lab. It's the most advanced digital fabrication technology. Retrofitted in he most extreme off-road vehicle. Reaching the most remote regions and severe conditions. Powered by the Tesseract, a foldable masterpiece of structural engineering and seismic design applied to a lightweight cubic structure.

The Beach Lab is one of the Supernodes participant in Academany educational programs, delivering Fab Academy HTMAA (How to make almost anything) and Bio Academy HTGAA (How to grow almost anything) courses to any place on Earth.

News from the Beach

Real Time Telemetry

Real-Time telemetry data will be shown here: bearing, speed, power consumption, and other data extracted from the ODBII bus.


Cool Projects

These are some of the skills you will learn when you take the worldwide version of MIT's How to Make (Almost) Anything named Fab Academy. Directed and taught by Neil Gershenfeld and globally broadcasted live from Boston. Awake the inventor in you!

Friends & Partners

Tales from the Beach

Our blog is comming back soon here. (Actually I wrote that one year ago)

Planet Earth is our Legacy

It's not about the rewards. It's not about the punishments either. This is all abouth the consequences. The Beach Lab is a US Green Buiding Council member and the first digital fabrication space in the world registered under the LEED Green Building rating program to pursue LEED certification. Digital fabrication is used to monitor and control energy, water comsumption and waste providing real time and long term open data. So you wanted anyway.

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