Fri 7. February at 18:00 - Sun 9. February 2020 at 20:00
UT Physicum · W. Ostwaldi 1, Tartu, Estonia
Throughout history, technology and the arts have been intertwined in a relationship, where the creativity and imagination of artists has driven innovation with their need for new technologies to realise the artistic endeavours. In reverse, emerging technologies have enabled the creation of new ways of art.
For six years, the Garage48 Hardware & Arts series has been bringing the hardware, software and design communities together to combine the physical and digital worlds of technology and arts in prototypes of novel ideas. The experiences we’ve gained and the community that’s grown around the events are now driving us to the creation of a new chapter of the Garage48 Hardware & Arts makeathons.
Together with University of Tartu and with the support of Pallas University of Applied Sciences we are really excited to invite you to Garage48 Arts & Robots 2020 - a 48h development weekend for building prototypes of ideas connecting bio- and soft robotics, hardware & software engineering and the ARTS.
Come and build a prototype of an idea combining hardware/software engineering with the ARTS or/and SOFT ROBOTICS.
Our 48h development weekend will be your playground to find the needed skill sets in new team members, guidance from experienced mentors and testing opportunities with our wide pool of materials and equipment.
You can with or without an idea!
More info about mentors, agenda and tips for getting ready at our website:
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Garage48 Arts & Robots 2020 is funded by European Regional Development Fund and University of Tartu.