Robotics | IoT
Maker Faire Rome, happening this weekend December 1–3, is gearing up to be a special show for kids of all ages.
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Scooterino Amen enables users in Rome to order a blessing or confession on-demand, and have a priest delivered to them by scooter.
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Egloo is a candle-powered terracotta heater that is both cheap and ecologically friendly.
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An Italian designer has created a set of latex finger covers, which can be put on diners’ fingertips to prevent them from sticky fingers.
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Lock&Charge enables businesses in the tourism industry and beyond to build app-activated e-bikes.
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The ENESSERE Hercules wind turbines use design to change perceptions of green energy.
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Lucy is a smart adaptive mirror that uses robotics to follow the sun throughout the day, in order to redirect sunlight to any chosen area.
Nemo’s Garden is a collection of biospheres growing food on the ocean floor off the Noli Coast in Italy.
Making in Italy didn’t start with the Arduino, nor did it end when the Arduino became the next immigrant to pass through Ellis Island, and production began in New York just a few days ago.
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Byxee could help cyclists conquer irregular road surfaces, by scanning the road ahead and alerting them of upcoming hazards.