Fab Lab Barcelona WRONG

The Fab Lab Barcelona (http://www.fablabbcn.org) is one of the leading
laboratories of the worlwide network of Fab Labs
(http://fab.cba.mit.edu), which are small scale fabrication and
innovation workshops equiped with digital fabrication machines and
technologies for the production of objects, tools and electronics. Fab
Labs explores the relation between digital and physical world, it
began as an outreach project of the Center for Bits
(http://cba.mit.edu) and Atoms at MIT and had become into a global
network of people which investigates about the popularization of a new
way of production that will affect all levels of our life: from the
professional world of design, architecture or industrial production,
to the domestic sphere, with the introduction of personal fabrication
in our everyday life. Fab Labs are organized around a worldwide
network which connects ~100 labs, located in more than 30 countries,
from South Africa to Norway or the center of Amsterdam to an ashram in
India. Fab Labs are connected via video conference and the Internet,
and are constructing one of the biggest networks of knowledge and
people in the world that is exponentially growing all over the planet,
and planned to be doubled in the next 2 years.

Fab Lab Barcelona holds the global coordination of the Fab Academy
program, a distributed educational platform for Fab Labs in which each
location is a classroom and the campus is the planet, where students
learn about the principles, applications and implications of digital
fabrication. The Fab Lab Barcelona has produced IAAC projects such as
Hyperhabitat (http://www.hyperhabitat.net) (official selection for the
XXIth Venice Biennial)  or the Fab Lab House
(http://www.fablabhouse.com)(people's choice award in the first
edition of the Solar Decathlon Europe in Madrid). Currently develops
projects in different scales, from smart divices for data collection
by individuals (Smart Citizen) to new models for productive cities
(FabCity).

The Fab Lab Barcelona (http://www.fablabbcn.org) is one of the leading
laboratories of the worlwide network of Fab Labs
(http://fab.cba.mit.edu), which are small scale fabrication and
innovation workshops equiped with digital fabrication machines and
technologies for the production of objects, tools and electronics. Fab
Labs explores the relation between digital and physical world, it
began as an outreach project of the Center for Bits
(http://cba.mit.edu) and Atoms at MIT and had become into a global
network of people which investigates about the popularization of a new
way of production that will affect all levels of our life: from the
professional world of design, architecture or industrial production,
to the domestic sphere, with the introduction of personal fabrication
in our everyday life. Fab Labs are organized around a worldwide
network which connects ~100 labs, located in more than 30 countries,
from South Africa to Norway or the center of Amsterdam to an ashram in
India. Fab Labs are connected via video conference and the Internet,
and are constructing one of the biggest networks of knowledge and
people in the world that is exponentially growing all over the planet,
and planned to be doubled in the next 2 years.

Fab Lab Barcelona holds the global coordination of the Fab Academy
program, a distributed educational platform for Fab Labs in which each
location is a classroom and the campus is the planet, where students
learn about the principles, applications and implications of digital
fabrication. The Fab Lab Barcelona has produced IAAC projects such as
Hyperhabitat (http://www.hyperhabitat.net) (official selection for the
XXIth Venice Biennial)  or the Fab Lab House
(http://www.fablabhouse.com)(people's choice award in the first
edition of the Solar Decathlon Europe in Madrid). Currently develops
projects in different scales, from smart divices for data collection
by individuals (Smart Citizen) to new models for productive cities
(FabCity).