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Electronic Engeneer / BariMakers, La Scuola Open Source
He brings his passion for OpenSource also in his work for the triennial degree thesis in Electronic Measurements, designing ashield for Arduino that allows the remote use of a lab reflectometer. Associated with BariMakers, in recent years he participated in events such as the Innovation Festival and the Makers Meeting, organizing and taking Arduino and electronic prototyping workshops.
Programming and programmed developing skills, making, teamwork and co-operation.
Each participant will build his robotic arm (to take home) and will acquire basic electronic and programming skills.
15 hours of practice and theory (arduino, coding, programmed electronics) + 9 hours of design and realization (with acquired skills) of a robot arm managed by a joystick.