Movimiento FabLab: diseño de investigación mediante métodos mixtos

María Elena García Ruiz, Francisco Javier Lena Acebo

Resumen

Los laboratorios de fabricación digital (FabLab) son una realidad que presenta nuevas oportunidades a los usuarios y consumidores de convertirse en diseñadores y creadores de objetos de uso cotidiano. Concebidos en el MIT a principios de este siglo, como entornos de desarrollo de proyectos con componentes digitales han sufrido un crecimiento espectacular en los últimos años. El movimiento FabLab, en parte debido a su juventud y a cierto alejamiento de los circuitos académicos al estar más relacionado con la cultura Maker y el movimiento Open-Source, ha sido poco estudiado formalmente. El presente trabajo plantea un acercamiento a dicho movimiento mediante el uso de una metodología mixta que permite identificar las dimensiones relevantes en este movimiento y definir las preguntas de investigación a las que dar respuesta en posteriores investigaciones.

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Fenómeno FabLab; Cultura Maker; Open source; Métodos mixtos; Grounded theory; Focus group

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