Hackerspaces are places where geeks, experts, specialists and artists meet up to talk, create, design and hack technology.
The focus of The Southwest Florida Hackerspace is to build a sanctuary for those interested in learning, building or hacking technology. We also help as an incubator for local entrepreneurs having access to tools and resources to launch their idea in their community.
If you can contribute to the organization or want to learn more about technology please contact us or join our Facebook group below.
We meet up every other wednesday at Bury Me Brewing in Fort Myers next to T-Mobile across from the Edison Mall.
We are collaborating on new events. If you would like to teach a workshop, please contact us.
The Southwest Florida Hackerspace creates many things and we want to share with the world around us what we make. Below are a list of assets and other projects we have created as a group.
12/12/15 – IoT: Microprocessors vs. Microcontrollers Workshop:
11/8/15 – Paper Rocket Launcher:
Established in 2014 and headquartered in Fort Myers, FL, The Southwest Florida Hackerspace offers a broad range of services to add value and assist our members and local companies. Our primary business services are: Prototyping, Technology Education, Consumer Products and Support Services.
The focus of The Southwest Florida Hackerspace is to create a sanctuary for those interested in learning, building or hacking technology. We also help as an incubator for the entrepreneurs where they have access to tools and resources to launch their idea in our local community.
Our vision is to create an economic sanctuary for the creative classes and start building a new, innovative industrialism that can link with existing industries, bridging school education with the economic system with post-secondary education.
The main feature of our space is it’s decentralization: there’s no “boss” telling people what to do, people become members, learn from each other, and participate in the community creating new value in the process.