The maker community – the so called people who apply DIY (Do It Yourself) culture to business and technology in a collaborative environment – is growing larger every day, all over the world. << Making is fundamental to what it means to be human. We must make, create, and express ourselves to feel whole. There is something unique about making physical things. These things are like little pieces of us and seem to embody portions of our souls.>> (From: The Maker Movement Manifesto – Mark Hatch. Today we have access to a much greater diversity of highly advanced technologies. Easy-to-use hardware platforms are available and require no special skills. Those devices have become popular among hobbyists and programmers. They offer the user an affordable and standardized way to learn about programming and electronics. A long list of low-cost boards is available, and each of them has differences and particular uses, to fit each particular project. Whatever is your skill level, there’s always a place for you. The most brilliant ideas come from the need of a particular moment, arise from an specific situation or a point of view. It’s easy to create, however ideas doesn’t come from nowhere but from the interaction of people with each other, and from the interaction with the world around us.