So in a couple of weeks, we're off to Italy. We'll be visiting the Arduino development and manufacturing centers in Turin, visit the da Vinci Museum in Florence and finally spend four days in Rome for the MFR19.
That will also be the baptism of fire of our Flying Hacker Lab - a transportable maker space aimed at engaging people - and particularly educators - in hacking.
The fully deployed lab consists of six stations:
* a soldering workshop for soldering all kinds of stuff, including jewelry
* a robot assembly corner
* a 3D printing workshop
* a programming corner
* a robot Dark Side Challenge test track
* a hyggelig story-telling and drawing corner
Many thanks to our sponsors for supporting the trip and the Flying Hacker Lab: