In the process of optimization of the MiniLilly, we designed a brand new PCB to be used as an Arduino shield to connect and control all the sensors and the RGB lighting system. PCB Design: Matteo Amela
Welcome MiniLilly! With its 2.5 liters of micro-algae solution, it’s the smallest photobioreactor we ever made. It’s meant to be the low-cost good-looking solution for newbies interested in starting their home algae little farm :) More info on the MiniLilly webpage, stay tuned a DIY Kit will be released soon!
The last September, Federico Borello’s project BIOCLAD has been presented for Final Graduation at the Politecnico di Torino. Federico graduated with honors and the project has been awarded with publication among the school’s best Final Thesis. The thesis is part of a body of work that Cesare Griffa and Roberto Giordano are building on the theme … Continue reading
LillyBot 2.0, our new prototype of a domestic microalgae farm will be previewed at Popupmakers @ Toolbox Torino on September 24 / h. 19,00. If you are around you are more than welcome to come over, and give your comments/advice. The full prototype presentation will then take place @ Maker Faire Rome on 3-5 October 2014. … Continue reading
Officine Arduino and its Fablab Torino are joining the Master in Sustainable Architecture – Smart Building and Urban Innovation @ IED Torino to provide professional support to students on the development of Smart Building Components. This collaboration aims to teach the students how to design and construct real scale working prototypes that, through their electronic nervous system (composed … Continue reading
Continuano le scorribande di WaterLilly che, scoprendo di avere il dono dell’ubiquità, sara’ contemporaneamente presente a due eventi durante il Salone del Mobile in qualita’ di creatura figlia di un modo di fare aperto in cui i tanti progettisti e inventori che hanno partecipato in modo condiviso alla sua nascita hanno apportanto il proprio contributo … Continue reading
Waterlillly has been published in the Tinkerkit project page. WayerLilly is a social creature: when people come close to her, she gets emotional and increases the algae biomass through the augmentation of light and CO2 released in the bio-solution. The electronics that make that happen are based on an Arduino board, and sensors and components … Continue reading
WaterLilly ha partecipato alla festa del primo compleanno del Fablab Torino (e presentazione della pirma Maker Faire che si terrà a Roma il prossimo autunno): brava Sara che sei stata la sua voce :) Tanti auguri Fablab Torino! L’evento è stato pubblicato in giro per la rete: http://barcamper.it/barcamper-per-la-makerfairerome/ http://www.technonews.it/2013/02/18/technogeek-meet-the-makers/ https://plus.google.com/u/1/photos/+Arduino/albums/5845205026614888657 https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.488159311248020.110536.124208224309799&type=1
After the Palazzo Bembo Water Lilly in Venice, we went to Ljubjljana, where we set up a sister installation at the Museum of Architecture and Design for the BIO.23 Ljubljana Design Biennal. The new Water Lillies have a few upgrades: RGB LED systems, algae solution tank and Arduino control panel embedded in the wooden structures, … Continue reading
Here are some pictures shot last week at Palazzo Bembo showing the final set up of the Waterlilly installation in the exhibit Traces of Centuries and Future Steps.