The Battery Shed

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The Battery Shed
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Status active
Country Australia

State or District

Tasmania

City Launceston

Date of founding

2014/07/01

Last Updated 2017-11-23
Website http://www.innovationcircle.com.au

Phone

61407501182

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/innovationcircle/

E-mail

joe@bitlink.com.au

Snail mail


 Launceston
Australia

Number of members

20

Membership fee

Free

Size of rooms

80m2

Members

Open to Exchanges?

"Yes!" is not in the list of possible values (yes, no, maybe) for this property.

Open to Residencies?

"As a free space, this is difficult to offer. We are however open to discussion!" is not in the list of possible values (yes, no, maybe) for this property.

Residencies Contact

joe@bitlink.com.au

Location -41° 25' 43", 147° 8' 30"


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The Innovation Circle is a collaboration between the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery (QVMAG) and Launceston technology company Bitlink. The Innovation Circle aims to provide a place for multi-disciplinary collaborations to produce innovative interactive museum experiences. With direct involvement and access to museum staff, the Innovation Circle will seek to provide a unique environment for developing projects with a positive social outcome.

QVMAG has provided a workshop situated in the Battery Shed on their Inveresk site. This workshop provides an ideal space for the prototyping and production of hardware and software to help realise the aims of the project. Materials and expertise are also being donated by founding members of the Innovation Circle. In addition, the project aims to repurpose and recondition technology that is considered obsolete, turning e-waste into practical hardware.

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