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Revision as of 18:13, 22 August 2019

Flick the World 2019 is a weekend full of action, discourse and fun. DIY, hacking (electronics, bio- and general), art, science, sustainability, community to society. The gathering is open to everyone interested in these topics. It is brought to you by Dock18 (Institut für Medienkulturen der Welt) https://www.dock18.ch and SGMK (Swiss Mechatronic Art Society) https://mechatronicart.ch with contributions by individuals and groups from their respective networks.

Date and Time

Saturday 31 August: 14 - 24

Sunday 1 September: 11 - 18


Rote Fabrik Zürich: Clubraum / Dock18


Delay selber bauen - Flipfloater

Unter der Anleitung des Basler Soundtüftlers Flipfloater kann ein Delay Effektmodul basierend auf dem PT2399 Chip gelötet werden. Neben dem üblichen Delay Effekt ermöglicht die Schaltung dank 4 Circuit Bendings auch abgefahrene Klangräume. Der Workshop geht 2-3h,Kosten: CHF 50 pro Teilnehmer


Flüssigwaschmittel selber herstellen - Claudia Krummenacher

Claudia hat sich die letzten zwei Jahre mit Haushaltschemie beschäftigt, und bietet einen kleinen Workshop zum Thema Flüssigwaschmittel selber herstellen.

PewPew game consoles - Christian Walther and Radomir Dopieralski

Did you always want to make a computer game, but could never get through those complex tutorials? Now is your chance to become a full-stack game developer. We will take you through the process step by step, starting with constructing your game console, up to a finished game. Just bring your laptop with a micro-USB cable. (It will also help if you install the Mu editor from http://codewith.mu/.) We welcome all participants of at least 12 years of age, no experience with Python or electronics required.

The workshop can take from 2 to 4 hours, costs CHF 10.-

PewPew gameconsole

Zeichen-Roboter bauen - Daniel Reichmuth


  • Analogue utopia – It almost sounds like music – Faubel / Schreiber
  • Interaktive Installation mit Beamer - Tom Züblin
  • Buttonspace - Oliver Süss
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Performances (Sa 31.8.)

  • Analogue utopia – It almost sounds like music – Faubel
  • Andreas Oskar Hirsch (Carbophone) featuring Urban Bieri (modular ebass), Kent Clelland (live sampler) and Oliver Jäggi (organ drum)

Andreas Oskar Hirsch is a Cologne based musician, visual artist and inventor of electroacoustic instruments. Among others, he performs with the Electric Palm Leaf or the Carbophone, a kind of complex super-kalimba. Both lend themselves to warm downbeat rhythms and odd tonalities. In combination with a bunch of effect pedals Hirsch creates a space somewhere between playful leftfield electronics and freestyle gamelan. Together with Patricia Koellges he runs makiphon, a label for experimental music which also features his latest album Early Carbophonics. For Flick the World he plays the "Schwanden Sessions" together with muscians from the SGMK community.



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  • Web MIDI API - Stefan Huber:
  • Mazi-Zone - Panayotis Antoniadis
  • Wunderkammer im Glattpark - Vesna Tomse
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There will be a Hebocon tournament throughout Sunday. Bring your own robots and/or build/tune them on Saturday.

Don't know what a Hebocon is? Check https://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/diy/hebocon-the-best-worst-robot-competition

Forum / Discussions

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Self Organization Support Team

Questions every Tuesday @ MechArtLab (Attendees vary)

  • Mario Purkathofer – Dock18
  • Oliver Walkhoff – SGMK
  • Oli Jaeggi – SGMK
  • Christoph Kummer - SGMK


  • Hackteria
  • sonmas – Fermentation and Bacteria
  • L200