Marko Orel, Tilen Sepic, Alen Bubanja and Natasa Musevic opened the initial Poligon Maker Lab in the Poligon Co-working Centre. It was one of the first maker lab facilities open to clients in Ljubljana.
Activitied organised in the Poligon Maker Lab included educational workshops and services such as 3D modelling, 3D printing, postproduction, assembly, construction, design etc.
Poligon Co-working Centre, Zavod Park
legal, applying for funding at H2020 organising work, workshops
Zavod Park's role was the legal entity behind the lab and was also responsible for applying to funding opportunities. After 3 successive applications to Horizon2020 together with more than 10 renowned partners accross Europe, unfortunatelly the Neuro-Steam network we proposed did not get funded although it reached above Treshold evaluation every single time.
Poligon Maker Lab still lives today under the organisation of fresh researchers and continues to be a place of connecting knowledge on new technologies.