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Young Makers; Plantation Blood tech walk though.

Young Makers had a terrific tech walkthrough of the Plantation blood haunted house this weekend! They learned a few things about the electronics that control the animations, and also about how many of the animations are actually activated by pneumatics (air). This picture was taken near the end of the walkthrough, inside the haunt. (Click… Read More

Innovation Academy

Startup Haiku

Every Wednesday morning, Augusta’s Entrepreneurs gather for Founders Circle. Collectively we work to identify target markets, scaling strategies, resolve legal concerns, pricing models, and all manner of other things related to the life of an entrepreneur. This week we hosted our first session at the Innovation Academy at 540 Telfair Street by having each member… Read More

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Augusta Startups Making Presense Felt

Custom-built guitars. Text message-based photography. E-mail spam prevention. A personalized task scheduling app. All of these startup businesses originated locally, and all were pitched Wednesday during a “Demo Day” at downtown technology incubator theClubhou.se, which held the event as a way to support and promote Augusta’s startup community as well as introduce entrepreneurs to potential… Read More

Founders Circle Pitch

Startup September Demo Day

This Wednesday at 2pm we will be hosting “Startup September Demo Day” at theClubhou.se at 816 Broad St. The event is open to entrepreneurs, investors, and community stakeholders. Following Demo Day, theClubhou.se will host its monthly networking happy hour “Beer & Bytes” at 5:30pm at Joe’s Underground. Check out the full Demo Day lineup below:

the DIY way to create a Makerspace in your city

Eric and Grace were invited to speak at World Maker Faire in New York about the experience of building and managing theClubhou.se In the audience were operators of existing makerspaces and prospective new makerspaces from across the world including, Germany, Great Britain, and the United States (ranging from New York and New Jersey, to Delaware, North Carolina,… Read More

The Art of Making

At an age when most young kids are just dreaming about building robots, Adam Mansour actually built one. When he was just 9 years old, he put together his version of Honda’s ASIMO robot by Googling instructions and with a little help from his older brother, Khaled, and he hasn’t looked back. “Instead of just… Read More

High 54 Kids; Josh Yates

It’s safe to say Josh Yates is a smart 16-year-old. “I’m coming up with character designs, gear and equipment on paper.” Josh was sketching things he can build with technology Wednesday at The Clubhou.se in Downtown Augusta. But he doesn’t just want to do this for himself. Yates said he wants to inspire other people… Read More

High 54 Kids: Chloe Parker

She’s just fifteen – but Chloe Parker is on the fast track to be an artist. She sat down with me today at the Clubhou.se in Downtown Augusta where she meets for her manga classes. “My father Eric Parker is the founder of the clubhou.se,” said Parker. “So I’ve been coming here ever since it… Read More

High 54 Kids: Hannah Elser

“People don’t understand how really cool it is,” said Hannah Elser, “how much stuff you can do.” The 16-year-old was about her passions: math and science, which includes building things. “This is what I did,” Elser said as she explained her creation. “It’s just a pair of normal converse. I attached some LEDs. It’s hooked… Read More

Designing Augusta’s Technology Future

The Georgia Municipal Association and The Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Architecture recently profiled theClubhou.se and it’s impacts on designing Augusta’s future through the development of Technology as a cultural institution in a short film titled “Excellence by Design” Co-Founder Eric Parker of CONima Architects, an Innovation Design Firm, is interviewed about Augusta’s technology… Read More

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