The Exhibition

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The Exhibition is located inside MakerFaire Rome
Auditorium Parco della Musica (Roma), 2-5 ottobre 2014

Why an Exhibition?

Tell the past in order to inspire the future: we want to show that when we talk about innovation and digital culture, even with all of our undeniable delays, Italians are not clandestines or illegals, but in some cases we have even been the true protagonists. A 50 years history that is displayed for the first time in an exhibition that collects all objects and projects that after being born in Italy got a world-wide success.

Programma 2015

We are asking all Italian students to join in. How? By trying to imagine the next Programma 101, that is, an object that is capable of changing the world just as occurred with the first personal computer. We are asking young people, the under 20’s, because they are the ones who have been the true motor of the most important changes in the history of innovation. Thus, in collaboration with MIUR (The Italian Ministry of Education), Programma 2015 will be launched. It entails the following: until 31 May 2015 all students attending Italian schools will be able to send their projects: based on their idea. The best 10 will be “prototyped” by using the FabLab network and then put on exhibition at the next Maker Faire Rome. And the student with the best idea of all will be awarded with a scholarship.


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Make in Italy - The Exhibition
Antecedenti: Telefono · Kinetograph · Telegrafo senza fili · Lettera 22 · Divisumma 24 · Calcolatrice Elettronica Pisana · Cervello come rete neurale
Anni '60: Programma 101 · Valentine
Anni '70: Intel 4004 · ET101
Anni '80: Technogym Unica · M24
Anni '90: Common Rail · VOLCase
Anni 2000: Accelerometro · Cyberhand · Arduino · Bio-On · iCub · D-Shape