Introducing Arduino and Physical Computing


25 Sep
11h - 13h e 14h - 18h

Faculdade de Belas-Artes da Universidade de Lisboa - Espaço co-working 4.31
Registration: 35€ | Arduino Workshop kit (optional) +50€

For the registration please send an email to with a short bio

"Arduino is an excellent platform to develop physical computing, allowing engineers, artists and enthusiasts to create systems to manipulate and interact with the physical world. In this workshop the participants will learn the basic concepts of electronics and to work with Arduino platform.

The 123D Circuits is an on-line platform developed by Autodesk that helps to learn the basic concepts about electronics and physical computing, among other things. This tool allows to simulate how electronic circuits and projects made with Arduino work."

Maurício Martins
Mauricio Martins. Defender and promoter of the use of free software and hardware (open-source software e hardware). Develops projects in the areas of physical computing and tangible and interactive interfaces. Organizes workshops in the areas of DIY, Electronics and 3D Printing. Collaborates with various Portuguese artists in the development of interactive solutions.

Tiago Rorke
From his experience as a designer, artist and researcher Tiago Rorke is usually immersed in prototyping and physical computing, tools and details. His work ranges from tools for making and teaching, to devices and experiences that interrogate our everyday relationships with technology.
Born and raised in Wellington, New Zealand, Tiago studied industrial design at the Victoria University of Wellington School of Design, and is an alum of the Computational Design Lab at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh PA.
Formally a co-founder of Diatom, a London-based studio building collaborative and open-source design tools, Tiago is now a freelance designer working between hardware and software, and living in Lisbon, Portugal.