创客 (Chinese PinYin: [chuàng kè]; traditional Chinese:創客) may mean: (1) noun. A group of people who are working to turn creative ideas into real products or service; (2) noun. A contemporary culture or subculture representing a technology-based extension of DIY culture. Literally: 创 (creation) + 客 (person engaged in a particular pursuit). Makers are found in fields ranging from food to crafts to technology. In 2015, “创客” was selected as “2015 Top Ten Buzzwords” in China. The word is often used as a commendatory term. Some example phrases and expressions are: 创客文化 (Maker culture), 创客运动 (the maker movement), 创客空间 (hackerspace, hacklab, makerspace or hackspace), 创客嘉年华 (Maker Carnival), 创客秀 (maker show), 创视客 (See Maker, a platform for makers to share and promote their products), 创客平台 (platforms for makers), maker studios (创客工作室), 创客大会 (maker faire).
1. How to pronounce 创客?
Chinese Pinyin: [chuàng kè]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 创客
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 创客
Fixed expression: 创客文化 (Maker culture), 创客运动 (the maker movement),
Collocation: 创客空间 (hackerspace, hacklab, makerspace or hackspace), 创客嘉年华 (Maker Carnival), 创客秀 (maker show), 创视客 (See Maker, a platform for makers to share and promote their products), 创客平台 (platforms for makers), maker studios (创客工作室), 创客大会 (maker faire),
4. How to use 创客 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 创客.
Translation: A great number of makers started businesses and made innovations.
Translation: The truth is many large companies in China have established their own makers’ spaces. There are many such examples.
Translation: The hackerspaces in schools and universities are being called “Toyhouse” .
Translation: There are thousands of hackerspaces around the world, which means there’s probably one near you.
4.5 实质上，“制造”这个词(“创客的行为”, 或“DIY爱好者”的行为)正在迅速改变，并影响着比以往更多的人。 在这方面，我会认为它正在向着好的方向转变。
Translation: In essence, the very word “making” or the act of being a “maker” or “DIYer” is rapidly changing and is affecting more people than ever before. In this regard, I would argue it’s changing for the better.
Translation: Hundreds of thousands of people attend Maker Faire, the world’s biggest maker event that now takes place in many global cities each year.
Translation: Welcome to the Maker Movement, an evolution of millions of people who are taking big risks to start their own small businesses dedicated to creating and selling self-made products.
Translation: Makers will continue to be found in fields ranging from food to crafts to technology.
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