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TAMI

The largest hackerspace in Israel

Story by Rubens Ben March 27th, 2017

TAMI stands for "Tel Aviv Makers Inconvertible hackerspace!", or "Tel Aviv Makers Insulated hackerspace!", or "Tel Aviv Makers International hackerspace!".

Located in the south of Tel-Aviv, this is the largest hackerspace in Israel with 160 m2 of working space, that includes :

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A hackerspace is an area where creative people gather to talk, exchange ideas, and build stuff. The community is active with approximately 20 members and is welcoming friends and anybody curious about the space.

TAMI is home for many activities touching hardware, electronics and woodwork, working on open-source and free software. They also practice bio-hacking as well as food hacking.

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So on, TAMI is gathering like-minded people coming from everywhere that like to think, learn, teach and build. They are not only interested by computers and electronics, but also by other disciplines, such as wood-work, cooking, biology and more.

The space is open to everybody who want to build and create, solo or together, and is open 24/7, good vibes included.

You can check more of what they are doing and their currents projects on the wiki.

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About

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About me : I'm a freelance photographer on the road, passionate about communities. I believe in a world of independent communities based on ecology, open-source and decentralization. I'm also a music photographer. The whole spectrum on RubensBen.com.

Footnote: Pictures were taken in may 2015. Text from telavivmakers.org
Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel