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My Maker Faire Rome 2016

October 30, 2016

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Two weeks ago I visited the 2016 edition of the European Maker Faire in Rome. The Rome fair can be reached easily with the train that goes between Rome center (mostly Tiburtina station) and the airport of Fiumicino. The whole fair has ten pavilions, and the Maker Faire managed to fill six of them with all […]

Maker Faire is coming to Rome

September 28, 2016

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Maker Faire will come to Rome in the weekend of 14-15-16 October 2016, and I plan to go there. The faire format is  by Make Magazine, and gathers the makers from all around the globe, so that they have the possibility to interact and showcase their work and their art. The maker movement has gained traction […]

Maker Faire Rome 16-18 Oct 2015

October 8, 2015

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In less than two weeks the Maker Faire will come to Rome. It’s a 3-day gathering of makers, hackers, companies and hobbyists with the passion for electronics, programming, manufacturing, artistry, learning and creating. There will be some practical workshops, tons of lectures, and bigger talks called “cortocircuiti” (shortcircuits). It will be hosted in the University of La […]

Makeblock: the body of your open hardware projects.

December 23, 2012

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I have always been the LEGO kid. I especially liked the space sets, but I understood quite soon that the Technic series was the best for me. A couple of times in my life, when I wanted solutions to small physical problems such as “how can I fit this webcam to the top of monitor?”, […]

Arduino creator talks at TED

June 30, 2012

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Massimo Banzi is one of the creators of the Arduino project. He recently did a wonderful talk at TED Global (here the post about it on the official Arduino Blog, if you wanna show some love). At 4:20 he shows a screenshot that could have been taken from my blog post about Arduino schematics, given […]