// Alessandro Contini


NABA – Arduino Workshop

In October 2010 NABA (Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti) one of the most famous Milan based Art & Design school asks me to teach an intensive course about physical computing and interaction design.

Of common purpose with other professors, students are given the brief “Using A to make B”: how to give a new breath to everyday life objects using lowcost technology such as the Arduino platform.

Teaming up with Paolo Cavagnolo i taught a class with second year Design students about the fundamentals of physical computing, basic electronics and object oriented programming with Arduino, Processing and Pure Data.


TOPIC: physical computing, interaction design
PARTNER: Paolo Cavagnolo