This article reflects about possible ways to blend long term skills learning with our current education system based on what I learned during the course of the last months about collaboration and knowledge sharing. Written by Medea’s David Cuartielles.
Arduino for hipsters is a workshop for beginners of the Arduino development platform. The idea is to work with people that aren’t really attracted to electronics as a subject but that have an interest in getting to know what this is all about. Sign up here!
David Cuartielles is at the HCI conference in Bangalore, India, and discovers copies of copies of Arduino boards: “If being copied is a sign of being into making something right, what does it mean that someone copies the copy of your design?” Read the full report here!
Robots are becoming a common educational resource. Together with other applied science fields like wearable computing, or music instrument design, robotics provides an alternative door into traditional fields like math …