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Can the "Makers Revolution" exit makerspaces, to really reach and benefit the WHOLE society? What are the main obstacles towards that goal, as far as laws and regulations are concerned?
On May 30th, 2016, we will discuss these topics in Rome, with several speakers. The results will be published here on the DiDIY website. For details and free registration link, please see here.
meeting everybody in the area who is interested in discussing Digital DIY and its impacts, for better or for worse, on the future of European Society. For details, see here.
Researchers from SmartUp – Laboratorio Fabbricazione Digitale (at LIUC University) will attend Expo Model Show, that is taking place at MalpensaFiere (Busto Arsizio, Varese, Italy), where they will give information both on 3D prototyping and 3D printing, as well as on DiDIY project. Meet them at their desk.
Luca Mari, coordinator of DiDIY project attends the International conference “IoTnow Everything but hype” (during the Milan Disruptive week) where he talks in the session “Overview of IoT key issues, opportunities and threats”:
Luca Mari, coordinator of DiDIY project, explains the project to people from Confindustria attending FORM-IN 2016 at LIUC - Università Cattaneo.
Settimana della Scienza Gallarate (Varese, Italy) 2016 is about “That’s the Future”. It consists in one week of public initiatives and exhibits aimed at putting in contact science with students and citizens, and involves schools, institutions, scientists, research centers, and universities such as LIUC – Università Cattaneo.
"Settimana della Scienza Gallarate (Varese, Italy) 2016" is about “That’s the Future”.
UK partner David Gauntlett talks about creativity and making