Geek’s home is the "Maker's Museum for Media technology".

Geek’s home isn’t just a museum showing exhibits behind glass, but an active community of Geeks (”technically enthusiasmized individuals“) who share their toys and their knowledge about them with everybody interested.

We bundled several private collections of film- video and computer technology and created the officially registered charitable association “Geek’s home”. The resulting collection of exhibits ranging for 1900 until today is being maintained and repaired by us and is accessible for the broad public to be seen and used.

The primary goal for Geek’s home is to enable people to experience and discover past and current technologies used to produce media throughout the last 120 years. We want people to be able to touch, use and explore everything.

Geek’s home is a location where technology-savvy and knowledge-hungry people of all ages and professions meet to exchange knowledge and experiences about anything connected with the entertainment industry.

What does Geek's Home offer:

  • An exhibition with several thousand exhibits of film- video- and computer-technology, from 1900 until today that can be used by all members and visitors.
  • Trainings, workshops, talks and conferences about anything connected with moving images and interactive technologies, for all ages.
  • An archive of time-witness-interviews with pioneers of the entertainment and computer graphics industry.
  • A huge fundus of old and new spare parts and machines for exploring and learning.
  • Screenings of films on various projectors from the last 110 years.
  • A platform for technology oriented artists.
  • A library with manuals, magazines, books, scientific publications and software.

Meet our members at one of our many events or join the Forum and connect with us there.

Or use our contact form to get in touch with us.