- FASHION & WEARABLES
- INTERNET OF THINGS
- PRODUCT DESIGN
- 3D PRINTING
- 3D SCANNING
- ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
- KIDS & EDUCATION
- OPEN SOURCE
- MUSIC & SOUND
- ARTISANS & NEW CRAFT
- RECYCLING & UPCYCLING
- STEAM PUNK
- YOUNG MAKERS (< 18)
- FOOD & AGRICULTURE
- CIRCULAR ECONOMY
- HOME AUTOMATION
- NEW MANUFACTURING
- WELLNESS & HEALTHCARE
- ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY
- INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
- CULTURAL HERITAGE
- VIRTUAL REALITY
Result for TAG "3D printing"
An autonomous painter robot that creates watercolor paintings made at home with easily available or 3D printed material
The project allows you to recycle polymeric materials, saves on the cost of reels, producing the filament for 3D printers.
airport automatic pilot device to carry luggage and passengers from entrance to the check-in desk.
The system assists the user in the process of collinear alignment between two points in space. Specifically, it provides the current angles relative to the Azimuth, Elevation and Polarization of the illuminator (in the case of linear polarization signals).
A space where knowledge blends, cultivating competences that help develop new entrepreneurial ideas: AlmaLabor is a Maker Space – a prototyping laboratory for creating prototypes for your business idea, as well as a Co-working and training space.
The Android called 'Brother', with autonomous decision-making abilities and interaction with the outside world based on event recognition through the use of Artificial Intelligence techniques. Brother is able to recognize the Italian sign language LIS by translating it into audio and Braille.
When altruism and technological skills meet the needs of the less fortunate, the result is guaranteed! Being warned in advance of obstacles and knowing the extent of the difference in height to be tackled are fundamental functions to feel freer!
Solutions for inclusive tourist facilities: one Welcome Kit, ten customizable objects for esthetically and functionally-ready-to-host-everyone rooms.
Saperi & Co, will coordinate Sapienza projects at Maker Faire Rome.
CyberOrto is a system that allows you to manage a small vegetable garden in autonomy. You decide, through an application, which vegetables to plant and will provide for their cultivation, alerting you when they are ready for harvest.
VAHA presents the works of digital craft born within the "Bottega Virtuale". The projects arise from listening to the needs of end users and above all from the cooperation of more professionalism.
Machine intelligence, cloud, additive manufacturing, big data… Digital Made is a modular programme that aims to accelerate digital transformation in the fashion sector with the contribution of young men and women.
Erwhi Hedgehog is a small open source ROS robot that is capable of SLAM and Vision AI.
Foglia is a project born in occasion of the Maker Faire Rome - The European Edition 2017. The first version was a small Ikea greenhouse with a whole set of sensors and probes installed using 3D printed supports and adapters. (Learn more about the IKEA KRYDDA). The development platform is RaspberryPi.
Fablab and museum experience for a haptical awareness of cultural heritage
The SOF'up kit allows you to lift and move armchairs, sofas, sofa beds, storage beds and more by controlling everything with your voice
Our project is a home-made 3D printer designed to be as professional and sustainable as possible.
PolyShaper: the best CNC desktop foam cutting machines
The primary objective of the project is to implement objects made with Additive Manufacturing and 3D-printing in a clinical and research context.
Interested in space exploration? Amateur pocketqube prototype satellites made with love at home in Pinerolo Italy!
We bring professionally-engineered, upgradeable lighting hardware together with Open Source firmware and 3D-printable expansion kits. 100% Makers-friendly!
By imitating the hygromechanical properties of pine cones that react to the change of humidity in the air, this experiment makes use of 4D printing for the programming of natural hygromorphic compounds: the transformation of these modules is integrally integrated into the printed architecture thanks to the control and the design of the printing direction and the manufacturing and assembly method of wood (active layer) and fiberglass (passive layer). This experimentation envisages a potential application in the architectural field for membranes and roofing systems
The Advanced design for Architecture and Craft Specialization School trains young professionals able to combine tradition and innovation.