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The so-called maker movement of do-it-yourselfers is set to continue its momentum at a global level, and as such the world will see an explosion of innovative creation from individuals, according to Mark Frauenfelder, editor-in-chief of the U.S.-based Make magazine.

Recent technological developments such as 3-D printers, inexpensive software systems and open-source microcontroller boards are facilitating the maker movement in which individuals or small groups of people outside of a factory setting craft creative projects.

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