teachings / y — @ La Scuola Open Source (Bari)
Nicolò Loprieno — Designer @ FF3300 / La Scuola Open Source
Alessandro Balena — Cinema worker, Maker @ La Scuola Open Source
Designer / FF3300 / La Scuola Open Source
Born in Bari on July 4th, 1983. He studies Industrial Design in Bari Polytechnic University and Communication Design in Venice IUAV. Co-founder of FF3300 Studio and La Scuola Open Source. With time he specialized in graffiti and street-art techniques, which led him to embrace the motto “works are better when shared”.
Cinema worker, Maker / La Scuola Open Source
Cinema worker by profession, self-taught maker by vocation. He cooperates with Dinamo Film, where he cares about innovation within videomaking processes, and with FF3300 studio for interaction-based projects and research. In 2014 he is the project manager for the “Y - a variable seeking for identity” workshop, from which in 2016 La Scuola Open Source was born, with him as co-founder.
The course aims to provide the basics of programming on prototyping microcontroller boards. Participants will work on the building of DRINKINO (a "cocktail printer"), but the concepts learned will be easily reused with lots of commercially available solutions. TheY will learn how to practically realize the prototype, working in groups.
Participants will be working to create a "cocktail printer": the end of the workshop each participant can take home their own prototype. ☛ Watch DRINKINO in action!
There will be several stages and topics:
☛ Electronics and its foundations;
☛ Arduino and microcontrollers;
☛ Various sensors and sampling variables;
☛ Introduction to Programming, IDE, programming techniques, sample sketch;
☛ Kit components identification and explanation;
☛ Configuration and installation of the prototype;
↳ Courses will start once the minimum number of participants is achieved.
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