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  1. 1. MAKE | Makers at World Wide Rome 13/03/12 14:27Make: Projects Kits Maker Shed CRAFT Search MAKE RSS for MAKE Blog MAKE Magazine Videos/Podcasts Make: Projects Forum/Community Maker Shed Store » Follow MAKE Home / Arduino / Makers at World Wide Rome Makers at World Wide Rome RSS feed YOUTUBE channel STUMBLEUPON MONTHLY Newsletter I’m in Rome at a gathering of makers, organized to promote how Italy can develop and contribute to the maker movement. Chris Anderson and Massimo Banzi presented this morning, and I’ll be up in the afternoon. Riccardo Luna is the host and conference organizer of World Wide Rome – the TWITTER DAILY Email Makers Edition. The conference is held at the beautiful Acquario Romano. FACEBOOK SUGGEST a Site Anderson talked about the primacy of design in Italian culture and that expertise could be the focus for understanding a new world in which we are all designers. FLICKR pool SUBSCRIBE to Magazine Banzi, who is probably better known in the US than in Italy, talked about the development of Arduino at the Institute of Interactive Design at Ivrea. The development of Arduino arises from his interest in building a platform for experimentation in interaction design. Maker Shed: Deal of the Day ON SALE: $13.50 Video Game Shield The Video Game Shield is an Arduino add-on shield to make your own video games, including graphics, text, sound effects, and music right on your TV! READ MORE → Leandro Agro gave an interesting talk about how design is no longer about the shape of objects but about the behaviors of connected objects. Pagina 1 di 3
  2. 2. MAKE | Makers at World Wide Rome 13/03/12 14:27 Later, I will give my talk, “Leading and Following the Maker Movement.” There are times in history Recent Activity when there’s a creative explosion – emerging tools and knowledge provide new opportunities for all forms of expression, which constitute personal and social transformation. This is what the Gianfranco Chicco shared MAKE at SXSW. · last Renaissance represents in history. What if we are in the midst of a similar transformation by new Wednesday tools and new ideas and a growing number of participants? What if we can find the elements of a renaissance in our own day and age? Giovanni Re shared Circuit Milling With Roland iModela. · about 2 months ago There is work underway to develop a Maker Faire in Florence, which is an amazing cultural context to showcase the makers of this emerging world. Back to the Future DeLorean Quadrotor 135 people recommend this. Share this: 6 Tweet 21 Like 25 Lattes And Lasercutting Under One Roof StumbleUpon 82 people recommend this. Like this: Like One blogger likes this post. Russian Cyclo Innovation 265 people recommend this. Badgermin = A Stuffed Badger Slash Theremin 64 people recommend this. Posted by Dale Dougherty | Friday March 9th, 2012 3:59 AM Incredible Wine Uncorking Contraption 170 people recommend this. Categories: Arduino, Makers | 4 Comments Facebook social plugin In the Maker Shed Before you begin a project, please read this important information » Makers Notebook ASCII Heart <3 Geiger Counter Kit Uartsbee V3.1 Xbee / Necklace FTDI Adapter ← Real Tools for Kids Hackerspace Happenings: Spring Classes at TX/RX → 4 RESPONSES TO MAKERS AT WORLD WIDE ROME meedabyte on March 11th, 2012 at 6:50 am said: Dale, has been amazing having you, Chris and Massimo on stage, all was so ispirational. This gave us some hope that the Italian society can finally change and start looking for the real, bottom up, innovation that can change our country as well as is doing with the whole world. Reply ↓ Nishant on March 11th, 2012 at 7:38 am said: Hello, I really appreciated your intervent during WWRome, I was there too. Besides the great tech and emotional vibes we shared during the event Italy has to solve structural and credit-related problems that are essential to make our economics grow so I think it’s time to focus on a practical way to solve those issues which are really stopping Italy. Reply ↓ Giovanni Re on March 12th, 2012 at 12:06 am said: Pagina 2 di 3