More than 250 groups in the world are celebrating Arduino Day!
Tomorrow we are celebrating Arduino and its community with a day of official and self-organised gatherings, encouraging people to meet and share their interest in open source DIY electronics with neighbors and friends. More than 250 user groups, makerspaces, hackerspaces, fablabs, schools, studios, and educators around the world joined us with a series of unique activities designed for a wide range of audiences and skillsets.
Like last year we created a map to identify all community events going on throughout Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa, Australia and make it easier for you to find an event near you on the Arduino Day website . In 2015 even more collectives appeared on the map, you can explore them now clicking on the pic below:
The official events
Starting in the morning of Saturday 28th Arduino co-founders and staff are going to be in the following events:
- Arduino (hosted by MIT Media Lab), Boston,Massachusetts, USA
- Officine Arduino, Torino, Italy
- Arduino Verkstad, Malmo, Sweden
- Arduino Karkhana, Bangalore, India
- Arduino Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
To make this event a truly connected experience share your Arduino moments on social networks using the hashtag: #ArduinoD15