WARNING: this page is part of a full, STATIC copy of the official website of the DiDIY Project, that ended in June 2017. Please read the note attached to the File Index to know more.
Do It Yourself – DIY – happens when people and communities just go ahead and make something for themselves, without waiting for a professional or for permission. Digital DIY is the huge boost to this activity – and the associated ‘can do’ mindset – facilitated by digital technologies, through the sharing of designs, tools, support, and inspiration.
Presentation by Prof. Vincent C. Müller at "The Grammar of Things" (20th Conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology) in Darmstadt, Germany.
Researchers from Lab#ID (at LIUC University) coordinate the conference "Industry 4.0.
Researchers from Lab#ID (at LIUC University) will attend the MEC-SPE Exhibition - area Fabbrica digitale Produzione e logistica, Pad. 5 - H 31) with a desk where they will give information on DiDIY project.
Meet them at their desk.
H. 9:00 - 17:30
Fiere di Parma - Viale delle Esposizioni 393A - 43126 Parma PR
For info and registration
The project DiDIY was explained during a MBA Ieseg Meeting on RFId and 3D printing at LIUC (Castellan
(this is a guest post by the Arrhenius team, whom we met at the Rome Maker Faire 2016)
Arrhenius Wear is a neoprene hot body wrap, which includes a Nichel-Chromium band that can heat up thanks to a simple set of three 3,7 V and 2500 mAh batteries set in a special case.
(LIUC student Lorenzo Di Fulvio decided to focus his master's research on the themes of DiDIY and Education. This guest post by Lorenzo is a presentation of his thesis "Education in the DiDIY Era: Implications and Opportunities")
Last week we presented the DiDIY project, its task, and what we are currently doing, at the Paris Open Source Summit, in the fossA (Free/Open Source Software in Academia) sub-event. More in detail, we briefly introduced, through these slides: