Odo Fioravanti studied Industrial Design at the Design Department of the Milan Polytechnic. In 2011 he won the XXII Compasso d'Oro Prize ADI with the Frida wooden chair by Pedrali.
Italy is at the cutting edge of 3D printing for the medical sector (orthopaedics, orthodontics, the dental sector, plastic surgery). By 2027 , the technology could be advanced enough for our natural eyes to be overtaken by artificial models providing levels of accuracy and precision
Barbara Caputo is Associate Professor at the Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering Antonio Ruberti at Sapienza University of Rome, since 2013 where she leads the Visual Learning and Multimodal […]
3D Printing Hits The Fashion World The Milan Design Week has never been so devoted to technology as it was this year. No wonder footwear – always a playground for artist, […]
Are you a Maker, an Innovator, a Digital Craftsman? Maker Faire Rome call is now open! The MakerFaireRome’s Call4Makers is out! Maker Faire Rome – The European Edition is a […]
Meet the people who are changing the world we live in: Stefano Capezzone. Stefano Capezzone is an electronics engineer, entrepreneur and maker. In 2002 he left his job as Marketing & […]