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  • We finally found a "Home"!

    It finally happened: We have a first location!

    The FWU has provided us a room at theit buildin at Bavariafilmplatz 3 in Gruenwald, Germany.

    The room is the former projection room for 2 cinema rooms and was converted to a library something like 25 years ago. We're currently rennovationg the room, catalogging all books to se which ones can stay or will be thrown away. For this we can need every helping hand so if you want to chip in, please contact us.

    We will have a "reboot"-event pretty soon and will announce it here and on our Facebook-page.

    Also we will regularly give updates on teh progress of buolding our new "Home".

    Party on!


  • Open doors 2015

    Meet the Geeks and see the collection!

    Come to our current location at Freisinger Landstrasse 42 in Munich and find out what we're all about.

    Please sign up here so we can keep you updated of any changes.

  • Geek's Home @ CINEC 2014

    Geek's home e.V. will have a booth at CINEC 2014. Meet us and some of our exhibits in Hall 2, Booth B02.

  • First Conference with Siggraph Chapter Munich

    Geek's Home and Munich ACM Siggraph put on a Conference for all folks from the 3D animation and VFX industry and everybody interested in these kind of things.

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  • Geek's home @ RTT Excite 2014

    At RTT excite 2014 Geek's home ehibited several old gaming consoles. 

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Geek’s home is an „Exploratorium for film- video- und computer-technology", a museum that invites you to try, touch and participate, initiated by Thomas Harbers. Here you can see, use and explore media- and interactive technology from 1905 until today.

Our exhibits come from several private collections and represent a good cross section through the history of film- video- and computer technology from the last 110 years. Although our Exhibition has a considerable volume by now, it is not our main goal to have the most complete collection of all media and interactive technology that ever existed.

Our primary goal is to be able to demonstrate all the exhibits and preserve them so you can experience them yourself, to see how technology developed and advanced throughout the years. We don't just display silent whitnesses, but we also have the people who still know how to use these machines and who will gladly tell everybody more about them and their backgrounds.

By organising trainings, workshops, exhibitions and conferences Geek's home wants to be a platform for people of all ages intersted in technology, that preserves "old" knowledge and teaches old techniques as well as current and future technologies to inspire new Ideas.


Interested? Then connect with us one one of our events or in our free forum.

There you can meet a few members and see all our initial exhibits. See you there!


Thomas Harbers
(on this image with about 1% of our collection)