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Arduino at Maker Faire Bay Area 2015 - Part 2

Maker Faire Bay Area 2015 - Part 2

The 10th Annual Maker Faire is unmatched for talent, skill, creativity, innovation. We hear these words all the time, yet seeing the manifestation, and the WOmanifestation of these makers is absolutely spectacular.  Californians have a little advantage in all of this because when we make, we’re making for Maker Faire, Burning Man, street festivals and parades, therefore we’re really motivated and have lots of venues to share our projects with the public.

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Shining Clothing with Arduino

Shining Clothing with Arduino

As recently seen at the various Maker Faires around the world, and specifically at the Maker Faire Bay Area 2015, many young designers are engaging themselves in finding new ways to make technology wearable, or to make wearables technological, as you prefer to put it.

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Arduino at Maker Faire Bay Area 2015

Maker Faire Bay Area 2015

Maker Faire Bay Area is just over and we wanted to talk to you a little bit about what happened there, at least in images.

A large team from arduino.org was there: about 14 people were at our booth waiting for visitors and Makers to welcome them and show them the latest products and talk about the latest news on Arduino.

 

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Arduino the full story

The full story

It has been a few months since the last announcement on the ongoing dispute which involved Arduino S.r.l. and I feel compelled to give a little update.

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XMakers: a new TV format for young makers

XMakers: a new TV format for young makers

The Italian TV Channel DeAKids, a channel owned by DeAgostini Editore, the famous Italian publisher, has recently launched a new format, XMakers, the world’s first and most innovative television format aimed at making children approach digital fabrication, robotics and 3D printers’ worlds.

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Making, Science, Tech and Girls

Making, Science, Tech and Girls

When we attended the CoderDojo Pavia’s Dojo two weeks ago, we had the pleasure of seeing that there were quite a number of girls attending.

This we noticed with particular satisfaction as we know that the technology gap between boys and girls is still wide, and fostered by education, toys and mentality that prevent many girls from going techie.

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