Lecture: Stories from the Arduino community

DAVID CUARTIELLES is co-founder of Arduino, assistant professor at Malmö University and Research Fellow at Medea. He conducts his doctoral thesis analyzing the boundaries between technology, arts and society.

Currently he is responsible for Arduino’s web strategy, writes a PhD on open source within design, co-owns a small design firm building prototypes, and runs a research project on educational technologies for the masses financed by the Spanish Cultural Center in Mexico City.

The video lecture embedded below (or here on YouTube) was recorded at Connectivity Lab Live, an event celebrating the inauguration of Connectivity Lab, which is an experimental prototype arena where skills, technology and researchers meet with entrepreneurs and companies to help create new and better services, experiences and products in the field of digital media and connected devices.

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Here’s a list of all presentations from Connectivity Lab Live.

View Cuartielles’ Medea Talk How Electronics Connect Us to the World

Image credit Marcus Ljungblad CC:BY

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