Join MIAMade on Saturday, Saturday 13th from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm for a workshop with the co-founders of Moonlighter, Tom Pupo and Daisy Nodal, to create your own household items using 3D Makerbot Replicator printers, Rhino, and free autodesk web applications.
The workshop will be held at the LAB Miami (400 NW 26th St Miami, FL 33127). Laptops are required to participate. Click here for free tickets; if you have any questions about the event, contact MIAMade at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Created by Tom Pupo and Daisy Nodal, Moonlighter is a Miami start-up working to create a venue for creative collaboration, 3D printing, and design that allows local makers, entrepreneurs, and the public to co-create, prototype, and retail new innovative products.
Nodal graduated from FIU with a Masters in Architecture in 2012. With over six years experience as an instructor and three years experience in data-driven design visualization research, Daisy’s interests lie at the intersection of design, data, and technology as a means to adapt our urban environments for resilience to climactic, economic, and social changes.
Pupo graduated from FIU with a Masters in Architecture in 2013. As an adjunct professor for the School of Architecture at FIU, his experience in guiding the design process from concept to finished models has been gained through working with students at various levels of their education. He aspires to be an agent of social change by empowering individuals with the environment and the tools necessary to realize their creative visions.
MIAMade is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering a sustainable maker culture in the Greater Miami area.