Arduino interviews Quin at Maker Faire Rome 2014

I was interviewed at Maker Faire Rome by David Cuartielles, a co-founder of Arduino. David has been my friend and mentor, although he lives and teaches at the University of Malmo in Sweden. I have been lucky enough to see him at conferences and at Maker Faires, both in the U.S. and in Europe. My interview was part of Arduino's series, "What Have You Built with Arduino?", described by Zoe Romano below. It was so cool to be on the front page of the Arduino blog!

by: Zoe Romano — December 22nd, 2014

Many of you were with us last October in Rome for the European Maker Faire together with more than 500 makers from all over the world! The event was massive and 90 thousands people visited the booths, the workshops and the presentations taking place in those days.

To celebrate the amazing moments we created a series of short videos showcasing the use of Arduino in projects hosted during the Faire. Our crew explored the whole exhibition and talked with a lot of makers presenting a project with Arduino inside. We asked them four simple questions:

What have you built?
Which problem does your project solve?
Why did you use Arduino as a controller
How long did it take to make it?

Now it’s time to share with you the videos.
In this page you can find the video promo with a preview of the upcoming videos and the first interview (of 18 interviews) to the makers: Stefano Ceroni talks about his “Brain-controlled bionic hand”:

And here is the series of "What Have you Built with Arduino":

Quin's interview:

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