44 students of the Université Libre de Bruxelles ULB (Belgium) and from different faculties such as architecture, sciences, polytechnics and law, worked in the Fablab ULB on the humanitarian emergency due to the Kerala floods that happened in India in August 2018.

The aim of the Digital Fabrication Studio DFS Q1 class was to explore how digital fabrication, Fablabs and the worldwide network of Fablabs can be of use in humanitarian aid after big catastrophes such as the Kerala floods.

In collaboration with people from the Fablabs network in Kerala but also a series of national and international experts, the students developed open-source projects that they prototyped and documented.

This work was made under the supervision of Prof. Victor Levy et Prof. Denis Terwagne during the DFS Q1 class at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)

Here is the result of their work.