Massimo Banzi


Massimo Banzi is cofounder of Arduino, an organization dedicated to providing open-hardware tools that can be incorporated in the classroom, used in interactive design projects, or used as building blocks for many maker projects.

Massimo spent four years at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea as an associate professor. He has taught workshops and has been a guest speaker at institutions all over the world. In addition, he started the first maker space in Italy, FabLab Torino.

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