Digital DIY creates new rights and responsibilities for its practitioners and technology producers, but also for its (maybe unaware!) end users, that is for everybody who uses, or is "exposed to" any product manufactured thanks to Digital DIY.
(versione italiana e agenda in fondo)
As you may already know, the DiDIY Project has organized three events in Italy for the European Maker Week 2016. This post provides up to date information and useful links for the one in Rome, on May 30th, 2016
Digital DIY makes it much easier for everybody to produce physical objects of all kinds. Such a capability brings considerable challenges to our current ethical and legal systems, and to our very idea of what is (or should be) right or wrong: what happens when virtually everybody can copy objects of design, self-produce spare parts for products she already owns, or manufacture dangerous ones?
No, this is NOT about 3D printed weapons (though we do study those too)