FEAZIBLY IS A PLATFORM IN THE MAKING…
Digitization offers the opportunity to lead a healthier, more individual and more sustainable life. But many people tend to see the negative consequences of digitization. This fear and rejection can only be countered with participation and education. Feazibly wants to facilitate access to digitization through easily understandable projects. This turns a consumer into a prosumer who can help shape our digital future.
… for collaborative product development.
Wikipedia and OpenAI show that shared knowledge leads to greater knowledge. Feazibly aims to develop an open process for digital and innovative products. Through 3D printing and globally available electronics, the projects can be improved and individualized in the shortest possible time. It is hoped that the life span of the product will be increased by the more intensive discussion.
OUR FOUR STUDIOS
/ TOYS AND GAMES
FEAZIBLY’S FOUR BASICS
What is important to us.
For us, digital freedom means having digital skills, such as programming or visualization. This allows you to understand the digital world a little better and is also a much sought-after skill in many professions. But digital freedom also means having sovereignty over one’s own data and privacy.
We attach great importance to the fact that our projects are well designed and easy to understand. At the same time, the projects should inspire you to develop and improve them yourself. And finally share with us.
In the past, large companies were founded in garages. Today, thousands of small-scale projects are being created in garages in an open network connected via the Internet. Small, powerful and cheap electronics turn the small projects into exciting alternatives to the big companies.
People want a more individual, sustainable and independent life. This is the DNA of feazibly. All projects can be adapted in form, material and use. All components are only plugged or screwed and not glued. This makes it easy to replace defective parts. The electronics can be reused and the PLA housing can be recycled into new filament.